dents have not reported back as the school calendar has this year collided with that of traditional schools where youths are taught indigenous knowledge and skills. Read more.
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Development experts say poverty amidst the populations surrounding Malawi’s second largest water body, Lake Chilwa, has placed the lake under intense threat. Read more.
The implementation of a €6.8 million project is in progress to renovate the priority cross-border infrastructure and equipment at selected border points between Zambia on one hand and Malawi, Zimbabwe and Tanzania on the other. Read more.
Three years after its incorporation as a public limited company, the Malawi Agricultural and Industrial Investment Corporation (MAIIC), an institution that has stirred excitement among local farmers and entrepreneurs, has posted MK280 million in net profits for the year ending December 31, 2020 after registering a loss of K431 million in 2019. Read more.
Malawi President Dr. Lazarous Chakwera’s urge for Malawians to diversify their economic activities from relying on agriculture to mining as the country’s source livelihood and economic development has excited artisanal small miners who have called on the government to hone their skills and marketing practices. Read more.
The rising tide of litter being indiscriminately splashed around Lake Malawi’s internationally famed beaches pose serious environmental challenges to marine wildlife, human health, recreational value and tourism quality. The practice is heavily contributing to biodiversity loss, ecological changes, and reduction of the beaches’ aesthetic appeal. Read more.
High interest rates and cost of doing business with commercial banks in Malawi excludes a significant portion of the country’s population and is currently pushing existing and potential clients to seek financial services from the informal financial market. Read more.