Clergy Calls For Malawians to Foster On Development

The Malawian clergy have asked Malawians to be patriotic to ensure meaningful development of the country. The clergy made the call Friday at this year’s 54th Independence National Service of Worship held at Mzuzu State Lodge where President Peter Mutharika who was in attendance read from Psalms 33 Vs 12- 15. Livingstonia Synod Moderator for Church of Central Africa Presbytery, Reverend John Gondwe said time has come for Malawians to embrace sense of patriotism at all cost for the…

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Return of Donor Confidence: Malawi , Germany Signs MK30 Billion Financial Cooperation Pact

The Government of Malawi has signed a K30 billion financial cooperation agreement with the Federal Republic of Germany to help the former in boosting up its social sectors of education and health. Speaking during the signing ceremony at the Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development in Lilongwe Wednesday, the German Ambassador to Malawi, Juergen Borsch said the money which Germany has given to Malawi is part of the agreement which his government promised to support different sectors in…

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Scotland Police, Malawi Police Service Sign MoU

Scotland Police and Malawi Police Service (MPS) Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will see the former assisting MPS to establish ICT connectivity in all police stations and enhance communication, among other developments. Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Dr Emmanuel Fabiano, represented the Malawi’s president at the ceremony that took place at TulliAllan Castle Police College in Kincardine, Scotland. Superintendent, Shaun McKillop of Scotland Police signed the agreement on behalf of his law- enforcing institution…

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Mutharika Assures UK-Based Royal African Society of Women Empowerment

Malawi will soon include Beauty Technology trade in the community colleges government is establishing across the country, to motivate and empower women in skills development in that area. President Arthur Peter Mutharika revealed the development Tuesday in London when he briefed members of Royal African Society on efforts his government is making to empower the youth and women in the country. He was speaking at a luncheon the society had organised for him. Mutharika outlined efforts his government is…

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Multibillion Textile Project to Turn Malawi into Major Exporter – APM

President Arthur Peter Mutharika says the ground of breaking ceremony for the Multi billion kwacha China-Africa Textile Company in Salima is a significant step towards turning Malawi into a major textile exporter in Africa. The President made the remarks on Monday at Salima Local Education Authority School, shortly after the ground breaking ceremony. “Our government is focused on turning the country from a predominately importing to an exporting country as in our campaign promises, and the China-Africa Textile Company…

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Mutharika to Attend Bishop Kanyama’s Burial Ceremony

President  Peter Mutharika will on Wednesday attend burial service of Late Bishop Emmanuel Kanyama of Dedza diocese at Bembeke Cathedral in Dedza, the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) has announced. Chief Secretary to Government, Lloyd Mhura disclosed this in a statement released by his office on Monday The Very Reverend Fr Andriy Yevchuk, Deputy Head of the Diplomatic Mission of the Holy See will also be in attendance, representing the Apostolic Nuncio to Zambia and Malawi, His…

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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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Peter Mutharika fit; assures Malawians of continued development

President Arthur Peter Mutharika says he is fit and ready to deliver his promises on development to Malawians during his five-year term and beyond. A visibly physically fit Mutharika was speaking at Kamuzu Palace during a press briefing he convened to inform the nation of his official trip to the 71st United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). Donning a blue customized shirt, the President was welcomed into the hall with cheers and ululation from the media and government officials. From that point on everybody realized…

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Malawi President arrives to a rousing welcome

Malawi President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika arrived home Sunday afternoon from United States of America where he attended the 71st United Nations General Assembly and also held talks with prospective investors. The Malawi leader returned to a warm welcome from thousands of Malawians who gathered at Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe. The airport was filled with people from all walks of life; with some wearing ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) regalia and others hoisted boards with welcoming messages. The…

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Mutharika Returns Sunday, Rumours Subside

The State House has on Tuesday informed the Malawi nation that State President His Excellency Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika returns into the country on Sunday, October 16th.   In a press release that we have seen, Presidential Press Secretary, Mgeme Kalilani says Mutharika shall arrive at Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) in Lilongwe at 13:00 hrs.   The Malawi leader left for New York on September 15th where he attended the 71st United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) and attended various…

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