Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Capital News (2011)

Malawians will have to wait a little longer before knowing whether they have to dig deeper into their pockets or not following Escom’s proposal to raise their tariffs by about 58%.

Youths in Mwanza have been warned against engaging in political violence, but rather be proactive in socio-economic activities.

Opposition political leaders are speaking against a proposal by the Malawi Electoral Commission to delay the announcement of results for the next year’s general elections.

Players in the financial sector are advising customers to use mobile banking transactions to contain congestion in most commercial banks and Auto-teller machines.

The Malawi Electoral Commission has put in place precautionary measures to contain violence during the campaign period.

The Police in Mzuzu have faulted the courts for handing out lenient sentences to sexual assault convicts, which they believe is fueling the crime in the city.

A man hunt is continuing by the Police for a 38 year old man suspected to have hacked his wife and 9 month old baby to death in Ntcheu.

The Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA) is urging people to keep an eye out for expired goods over the Christmas period.

There is high congestion in banking halls and ATM’s across the Malawi’s major cities, with people withdrawing cash in anticipation for the festive celebrations.

Members of the public are putting pressure on political parties to quickly unveil their Manifestos so that they can make informed choices ahead of the general elections next year.

Companies and entrepreneurs will continue to pay more when importing goods and services, as an analysis by one of the players in the financial sector shows the Malawi Kwacha is losing ground against major currencies.

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