Nyasa Times

Managing Director of DD Sunshine Football Club David Dube has distanced himself from the story of the missing girl, who has failed...
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The on-going Voters roll inspection exercise, currently in second phase, has been marred by low turn-out with Malawi Elections Sup...
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Contrary to some rumours speculating that one of the commercial radios in Malawi Star Radio had died a natural death, reports have...
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Malawi, in collaboration with concerned organisations, will on May 2, 2014 hold an official launch of the National Association of ...
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The opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has funded Mzimba Community Radio to the tune of MK1 million for it to procure s...
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Malawi Nation

Mzuzu City Council has lost K166 million in property rates its residents failed to pay in the present financial year, a situation which has affected d...
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The Consumers Association of Malawi (Cama) says the proliferation of unregulated markets is a big problem which is making the country look like it is ...
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The aura of invincibility in a team and its winning ways has a lot to do with the faith that the troops have in the capabilities of their leader. Sun ...
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The official buying exchange rate as announced by the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) has gone down to K388 to a US dollar. RBM spokesperson Mbane Ngwira...
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The Mzuzu Auction Floors is set for opening its market today, a month after the official opening of the 2014 tobacco marketing season. The Tobacco Con...
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Malawi Daily Times

Let me start this talk wi th a quote from Mark Twine which says, “It is not the size of the dog in the fight, it is the size of the fight in the dog”. In business, we need to keep watching over the horizon. As business generals, we need to engage ourselves in serious organisational design. We need to plan, plan, and keep on planning. This is especially true for these hard times at hand. We don’t have to depend on long-term planning any more. Our problems are short-term and cause long-term havoc to our enterprises. If we want to build foundations for enduring success, we have to implement t i m...
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Let me start this talk wi th a quote from Mark Twine which says, “It is not the size of the dog in the fight, it is the size of the fight in the dog”. In business, we need to keep watching over the horizon. As business generals, we need to engage ourselves in serious organisational design. We need to plan, plan, and keep on planning. This is especially true for these hard times at hand. We don’t have to depend on long-term planning any more. Our problems are short-term and cause long-term havoc to our enterprises. If we want to build foundations for enduring success, we have to implement t i m...
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This year’s market stability and increased inflows of tobacco to the auction floors have improved the market trends, as sales for the first four weeks have generated close to US$29 million. The amount is 70 percent more than US$16 million realised during the same period last year. Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) Chief Executive Officer B r u c e M u n t h a l i y e s t e r d a y acknowledged the market stability, saying inflow of tobacco has also improved by 80 percent. “We have a very good season so far showing stability and trouble-free market. Slow sales of the market and disagreements oft...
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A player  can be registered in the 2014 TNM Super League season without a contract, Football Association of Malawi player transfers expert Casper Jangale has said. Jangale was responding to a query in which Big Bullets defender George Nyirenda has refused to sign a contract. Asked if it was possible for the player getting registered in the league without a contract, Jangale said that could only happen if there as a mutual agreement between the two parties. “If it reached that extent we would ask the player and the team to put that in writing and indicate that he would be paid per featured matc...
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ZBS News

The Electoral Commission in Malawi has postponed local government elections in two wards following the death of candidates.
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FDH Bank, one of the few locally owned commercial banks in Malawi has predicted further growth in its business despite operating in a “more volatil...
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Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has urged supporters of his party to desist from violence...
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Malawi Voice

Journalists in the country have been urged to report real issues about elections than just mere fabrication if the forth coming tripartite elections a...
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President Joyce Banda says none of the 60, 000 chiefs in her knowledge will be demoted as some opposition leaders in the country are demanding. Speaki...
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Living no stone unturned, Umodzi Party (UP) has now trodden into the forgotten valleys and alleys of Chikhwawa and Nsanje districts, bringing to the p...
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