Malawi First Lady Professor Gertrude Mutharika Hosts Lesotho First Lady

First Lady Madame Professor Gertrude Mutharika said she was delighted to host Maesaiah Thabane First Lady of the kingdom Republic of Lesotho in the country on her historical visit. She said the visit was a sign of strong bilateral relations between Malawi and the Kingdom of Lesotho, commending the warm friendship that exists between the people of the two countries. Madame Professor Mutharika was speaking Sunday during a dinner she hosted for the visiting Lesotho First Lady at the…

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$2.6bn Cape Maclear investment project to start 2018 – Bright Malopa

By Malawi News Agency The ambitious US$3.5 billion Cape Maclear Investment Project is set to commence in Mangochi in 2018, Promoter for Cape Maclear Holdings Limited, Bright Malopa has revealed. The Cape Maclear Investment Project comprises a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) spread within the radius of 30km around the Cape Maclear peninsular, a state-of-the-art international airport covering a five square km stretch around Cape Maclear region and a smart town linked to the SEZ. “Within the SEZ, there will…

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SUNBIRD INTRODUCES PREMIER CLUB

One of the renowned hospitality service providers in the country Sunbird Hotels and Resorts recently introduced a new royalty program’ premier club’ that will see a 33 percent discount to all its registered customers for  some of its services. Chief executive officer{CEO} for Sunbird Yusuf Olera said in an interview that the program intended to give back its appreciation to its customers for the continued support rendered to the hotel’s products and service packages . “This is one way…

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Teacher Mpamire and Kansiime to storm Malawi

Ugandan stand-up comedy queen Annie Kansiime is coming back to perform in the country and this time she is coming with her Ugandan compatriot Techer Mpamire. The two will perform at College of Medicine Sports Complex on November for and it will be the first time for Mpamire, courtesy of iMPALA marketing agency. “By public demand, we are bringing back Annie Kansiime together with Teacher Mpamire. The show will be at College of Medicine on November 4,” said the…

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Malawi in short supply of wildlife rangers

Malawi currently has about 500 wildlife rangers of its minimum need of 1000 game rangers for the country’s wildlife parks and reserves. Director of National Parks and Wildlife, Brighton Kumchedwa said this in an interview with Mana on the sidelines of World Ranger Day celebrations organized by Department of National Parks and Wildlife. He said Malawi needs to invest in wildlife ranger training and welfare. Kumchedwa said apart from lacking equipment and welfare support, rangers are working more hours…

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