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Study shows VAT collection not doing well in Malawi

A local researcher, Dr. Donasius Pathera, has disclosed that Malawi is not doing well in collecting Value Added Tax (VAT) compared to personal income tax.
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Human Rights

Malawi Police Service women officers urged to be vibrant in fighting GBV

Members of Northern Region Police Women Network have been urged to take a leading role in fighting gender based violence (GBV) by ensuring that all perpetrators of GBV related crimes are brought to book.

Business and Finance

Paramount Holdings Limited recognized for being premium supplier of genuine Yamaha products in Malawi

The National Product Magazine has recognized and awarded Paramount Holdings Limited (PHL) for being the premium supplier and seller of genuine Yamaha products and Yamaha Motorcycles in Malawi.

Undule weighs in on kwacha devaluation, outlines hopes and opportunities

Governance and Human Rights Expert Undule Mwakasungula has weighed in on the trending reactions to the decision by the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) to devalue the local currency – Malawi Kwacha – by 44 percent against the United States dollar (USD).

Chakwera lauds Saudi Arabia for financing infrastructure projects in Malawi

President Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera has saluted and applauded the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the various infrastructure development projects it has financed in Malawi.

Atupele Muluzi, Joshua Chisa Mbele denounce politicization of kwacha devaluation

United Democratic Front (UDF) leader Atupele Muluzi and socio-political activist Joshua Chisa Mbele have denounced the tendencies by opposition political parties to politicize devaluation of the Malawi Kwacha against major currencies such as the United States of America (USA) dollar.

RBM urges Malawians to save today for better tomorrow

Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) has urged people in the country to embrace financial saving culture for the betterment of their oncoming days.
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There is a popular proverb in Nigeria that "what an old man sees while sitting down, a young man cannot see while standing" . This resonates well with what happened a few weeks ago when President Dr Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera witnessed the symbolic harvest of wheat. The president received a backlash from his foes and naysayers alike.
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Nomads Goof Off second leg match against Silver Strikers

Silver Strikers has progressed to Airtel Top 8 semifinals with two goals after Mighty Mukuru Wanderers goofed off the second leg match on Wednesday at Kamuzu Stadium.
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