Nyasa Times
Mutharika back in the seat of power after local retreat vacation
President Peter Mutharika is now back in his presidential office Monday morning in Lilongwe  after a two week Christmas and New Year holiday. He arrived back to the capital of Lilongwe from Chikoko  Bay in Mangochi on Sunday where he went for the holiday. Mutharika returns to his...
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Malawi economy showed resilience in 2019 – RBM
The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) says Malawi’s economy demonstrated remarkable resilience throughout 2019 despite political uncertainty during the year. The central bank’s governor Dalitso Kabambe said this when commenting on the effects of last year’s political instability on th...
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The Nation
Malawi set to make progress in 2020—APM
President Peter Mutharika has said in his
New Year’s message Malawi is set to make progress this year after his
government erected economic building blocks over the past five years.
“In the past five years, we have
collectively saved the economy from the ruins of 2014 to the stab...
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The Nation
Why Malawi and Rwanda are different like day and night
Malawi and Rwanda are both small landlocked
countries in Africa. But unlike Malawi, which has not known war over
decades—and which proudly and perhaps deservedly giving itself the accolade
warm heart of Africa—Rwanda has a deeply troubled past. In just over 100 days
between April...
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The Nation
Bank seeks to raise K750bn in 10 years
Malawi Agricultural and
Industrial Investment Corporation (Maiic), a development finance institution
under a public private partnership (PPP) arrangement, on Tuesday unveiled an
ambitious plan to raise $1 billion (about K750 billion) capital in the next 10
years.
Maiic chief exec...
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The Nation
IMF urges prudence in debt management
The International
Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised Malawi to ensure prudent borrowing and
consolidate its fiscal position through debt sustainability management.
In its Country Report for
Malawi released on Friday, IMF said Malawi remains at moderate risk of debt
distress and high...
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The Nation
Leadership has no monopoly of wisdom
There are countless reasons why Malawi is stagnant, without any progress.
The main reason is the Presidency, which, unfortunately, takes the office as a
one-man show.
There is a wrong
thinking that by being elected into power, it means the President has a
monopoly of wisdom. This...
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