Malawi Human Rights Commission investigates arrest of Anti-Corruption Bureau Director Martha Chizuma

The Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) has launched an investigation into the arrest of Martha Chizuma, Director of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), following a complaint from Chizuma that her human rights were violated during her arrest. The MHRC has called on the general public to furnish the commission with information to assist in its investigation.

Mighty Mukuru Wanderers Make History with Double Transfer Coup: Signing Lawrence Chaziya and Dalitso Khungwa

Mighty Mukuru Wanderers make a powerful statement in the transfer market with the acquisition of two top-tier players Lawrence Chaziya and Dalitso Khungwa. Both players have signed long-term deals, taking the total number of new signings to five. The reigning Airtel Top 8 Cup champions are looking stronger than ever before.

SHOCKING NEWS: FUEL DEMAND IN MALAWI SKYROCKETS TO 52 MILLION LITRES PER MONTH!

Malawi’s monthly fuel demand has jumped from 31-37 million litres in 2021 to 52 million litres per month due to the industry’s reliance on diesel. The Kapichira outage has exerted pressure on the country’s forex reserves and the industry has been subjected to expensive diesel for close to a year. The Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry calls on the government to resolve the Kapichira outage and bring fuel prices under control.

Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) calls for government to establish Special Purpose Vehicle/Industrial Development Fund

The Malawi Confederation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (MCCCI) has called on the government to establish a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) or Industrial Development Fund in the upcoming 2023/24 budget. The fund aims to provide patient capital for investments in the manufacturing sector, as the MCCCI believes that boosting manufacturing will lead to forex generation and promote import substitution.