Sunday, 30 April 2017

Local News (1016)

The Malawi Law Commission is keeping a tight lid on how far it has gone with the process of reviewing the country’s electoral laws.

The introduction of the National Reading Program (NRP) by the government of Malawi is expected to enhance reading culture among in school and out of school pupils.

Telecommunication subsidiaries of Malawi’s largest holding group, Press Corp, owe foreign firms in excess of U$21 Million.

Malawi can save a lot of public funds if mass rabies vaccinations are implemented, veterinarians have advised.

Youth in Malawi have expressed dismay over their increase absence in development committees.

Authorities have doubt over the possibility of Malawi introducing sugar tax on fizzy products and highly concentrated fat consumables.

Some Malawians are believed to have been severely injured in a bus accident which occurred in Musina Town enroute to Malawi from South Africa.

International agro-processor, Good Neighbours Development, has disclosed plans to construct a factory in Malawi's district of Ntcheu.

Africa’s postal services regulator, UPU, has stressed on the need for member states to employ financial inclusion ensure that the service benefits the unbanked population.

The site meant for a stadium in Malawi's district of Ntcheu has come at a huge cost as authorities are settling compensation claims to land lords.

The 9th Africa Region World Union of Catholic Women's (WUCW) conference which Malawi will hold is expected to attracts hundreds of delegates across the continent.

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