Archive for the ‘Malawi’ category
A strong relationship with smallholder farmers is central to Seed Co’s approach.
Once again Malawi finds itself in a tight spot. A food crisis set off by erratic rains, rising food prices and economic hardships is slowly unfolding.
Malawi and Tanzania are scheduled to hold a high level meeting on the 20th of August on a standoff over oil and gas exploration as well as on the ownership of Lake Malawi.
The real question in the minds of many (including Malawians) is whether the death of Malawi’s President Bingu wa Mutharika will in any way change the fortunes of a “collapsing” Malawan economy?
Two 23-year-old Malawian students have recently launched a local search engine called cfinder. How we made it in Africa interviews Kondwani Chimatiro and Daniel Chiwinga.
Many analysts, ourselves included, were of the opinion that the political unrest seen in North Africa earlier this year was unlikely to spread through the rest of the continent.
Investors in Africa’s agriculture sector need to be aware of the complexities surrounding land ownership.
South African financial services group Sanlam is to buy a 49% stake in Malawi’s NICO Life Insurance Company Limited.
“Malawi has a need for coordinated developments that take care of what the population needs.” How we made it in Africa interviews Anton Bieber, CEO of Broll Malawi
Three African presidents stood on a river bank recently, waiting for their boat to come in. It never arrived. This is no metaphor.
Globe Metals & Mining, an African-focused resource company, has entered into an agreement to form a strategic partnership with China’s ECE.
South African financial services group, Sanlam, is planning to launch operations in Malawi and Mozambique within the next 18 months.
Addmore T. Chakurira, an analyst at Stockbrokers Malawi, gives an overview of the Malawi Stock Exchange
Potential exists to invest in Malawi’s livestock industry. The most significant oppportunities are in cattle farming for meat products and milk production as well as other dairy produce.
In line with the prevailing commodities boom, we foresee a similar trend on sources of power such as coal and uranium. However, the critical shortage of power has also had a negative impact on economies.