Nobody Will Starve, Veep Chilima Assures Malawians

Vice President Dr Saulos  Chilima says government is making all efforts to ensure that no one dies of hunger in the country. The Vice President who is also Minister responsible for Disaster Affairs made the remarks on Tuesday in Ntcheu when he presided over the handover ceremony of parboiled rice by the Chinese government to Malawi government. Chilima said government is aware that some quarters in the country are facing food deficit this year, hence engaging into various efforts…

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Third Consignment Of Donated Rice Arrives In Malawi

The third consignment of rice donated by the People’s Republic of China has arrived in the country from Beira, Mozambique, via Mwanza Border. Department of Disaster Management Affairs’ (DoDMA) Deputy Director of Response and Recovery Dyce Nkhoma said the consignment, comprising 1520 metric tonnes of rice 57 trucks ferrying the rice arrived in the country….

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Malawi Profit from China Relations, Says Ambassador Shi Ting Wang

Malawi has benefited a lot from the bilateral relationship she established with the Peoples Republic of China over a decade ago; Chinese ambassador to Malawi Shi Ting Wang says. Shi Ting said the relations between the two countries have yielded positive results for Malawi in different sectors ranging from education, finance and human resource capacity building. He was speaking during a presentation ceremony of a K7.2 million worth donation of music instruments from some Chinese students to their counterparts…

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Chinese Investor Donates MK50 Million to Blantyre City Council

Chinese investors, owners of Sogecoa Golden Peacock Hotel in Lilongwe who are set to construct Sogecoa Business Park in Blantyre have donated K50 million to Blantyre City Council to help in promotion of sanitation and improve waste management. Executive Vice President for Anhui Foreign Economic Construction (Group) Company Limited, Xia Fang presented the cheque to Mayor for Blantyre City Council, Wild James Ndipo on Tuesday during the ground breaking ceremony for the construction of Sogecoa Business Park at Chichiri…

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Mutharika Hails Chinese Govt for Developing the Country

President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has hailed the Chinese Government for initiating various development activities which he said have been influential in changing the economic status of the country. He was speaking on Tuesday during the ground breaking ceremony for the construction SEGECOA Business Park in the Commercial City of Blantyre. “l should commend China through the Anhui Foreign Economics Construction (Group) Company Limited for expanding development         activities in the country,” Mutharika acknowledged. The President appealed to Malawians…

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‘I Have the Welfare of Police Officers at Heart’ -APM

Malawi President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika on Monday assured police officers that he has their welfare at heart so that they can execute their duties with utmost comfort. The president was speaking Monday when he presided over the official handover ceremony of 100 police vehicles from the Chinese Government at Police Headquarters in area 30- Lilongwe. Mutharika said his concern of how police officers execute their duties is what prompted him to ask for vehicles from the Chinese Government…

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Chinese Govt Hands Over 100 Vehicles to Malawi

It was all joy and smiles at National Police headquarters in Area 30, Lilongwe on Monday when the Chinese government officially handed over 100 vehicles to Malawi Police Service through the Malawi government. State President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, who is also Commander-in-Chief of the Malawi Police Service presided the handing over ceremony. The vehicles, all white in colour, draped the Area 30 parade ground to the sight of a delightful audience. The new vehicles comprise of two buses,…

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