Sunday, 30 April 2017
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Players in the private sector are being challenged to improve the quality of their goods if Malawi is to realise its dream of increasing exports.

Teen girls in Malawi's central region district of Ntcheu are at higher risk of contracting HIV/Aids than their male counterparts, officials have disclosed.

President Mutharika is dismissing calls for a price restriction to be placed on maize, arguing the move would not work in a liberalized market.

City authorities in Mzuzu have expressed concern over the location of the Airport inside the city, saying it is obstructing development in Malawi’s northern region urban centre.

Patients are raising concern over the withholding of medical services by the Blantyre Adventist Hospital – BAH to those on various medical aid schemes.

Stakeholders in the mining sector are launching the Malawi Chamber of Mines and Energy aimed at pushing the government to open up the sector.

Police in Malawi are planning to roll out a massive security sensitization campaign following a spate of murder cases across the country.

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