Archive for the ‘Malawi’ category
At the age of 21, Gonjetso Chinyama is the founder of Pakwathu, a website that allows users to search for properties in Malawi.
The African Agriculture Fund has acquired a majority stake in the Malawi-based agricultural engineering and equipment distribution company, Farming and Engineering Services Limited (FES).
Visitors to Africa are increasingly looking for family-orientated safari options.
Lonely Planet says Malawi’s Majete Wildlife Reserve offers an uncrowded game viewing experience.
The SADC recognises the importance of public-private partnerships in funding development projects.
A World Economic Forum report ranks African countries on their ability to close the gender gap.
African countries need to increase spending on research in order to grow innovation.
“Carrying out a survey effort isn’t as straightforward as one might think.”
A Kenyan TV producer shares how she started out on her own.
Better land governance will help to secure a brighter future for all Africans.
While much of Africa’s trade in the near future is likely to be for regional markets, export markets also offer potential for high-value returns.
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?