The Nation
Red Cross in K600 million deficit
Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) is grappling with a K600 million deficit from its 2017 budget of K1.5 billion, a development that is hampering service delivery.
In the first quarter, the society spent K375 million on its activities, according to its president Levisoni Changole.
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The Nation
Icam protests 16.5% VAT on water
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Malawi (Icam) yesterday protested the continued taxing of water through value-added tax (VAT) calculated at 16.5 percent and accused government of ignoring its proposal to scrap it off.
In his contribution during a panel discussion at an...
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The Nation
Malawi flames’ coach fires trainer
The merry-go-round continues. Goalkeeper trainer Phillip Nyasulu has become the first member of the Flames technical panel to face the chop from coach Ronny Van Geneugden (RVG).
The Belgian tactician has replaced the former Flames goalkeeper with Nyasa Big Bullets keepers’ mentor...
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Malawi 24
APM eyeing product exportation
Malawi’s leader Peter Mutharika has expressed hope that the Bwanje Dam will complement his plan.
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Nyasa Times
Bullets poor form kills ‘die hard’fan
Nyasa Big Bullets fan Village headman Lipulo of Thyolo district died collapsed and died after becoming upset when his team lost to Silver Strikers in the Airtel Top 8 match, his relations believe. Village headman...
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The Nation
Lakeshore Road a death trap
Travelling on Kaphatenga-Dwangwa Road is not easy. The M5 stretch, built in the 1980s, can no longer stand the test of time.
It is cracking. Yawning potholes worsen the discomfort travelers suffer on the road marked with archaic, single-lane bridges, ridges of sand, tricky bends...
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