Jimmy Kainja: “Oil Exploration on Lake Malawi is Greed and Exploitation of the Poor Masses” In our last post, “WHO IS RUNNING THE COUNTRY? WHO IS SETTING THE AGENDA IN […]
In 2010, the Government of Malawi set up a taskforce housed under the Ministry of Finance to pave the way for Malawi to sign up to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative […]
Who owns our land and who is being equipped to be productive contributors to the economy? Is the Economic Recovery Plan being shaped by evidence? What can the mining sector learn from […]
For the second year running, Forbes has published a list of Africa’s 40 richest people. No Malawians are on this list but Joyce Banda did make it onto Forbes’ list of […]
Today, Mining in Malawi has joined the Twittersphere. Start following us @MiningInMalawi.
“When I took over the office of President of the Republic of Malawi, on April 7th, 2012 the country was facing serious challenges such as shortage of foreign reserves, scarcity of […]
Today, Capital FM held a debate on the dispute between the Tanzanian and Malawian governments on rights to Lake Malawi. Listeners were asked on Capital FM’s Facebook page: “-What is […]