After many years of campaigning, Malawi joined the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative in 2015 to ensure mining contributes to economic transformation in a way that safeguards rights. This week, the […]
Exposed! …MWEITI report reveals grave weakness in extractives revenue administration …licensed companies not paying royalties, ground rent …government entities falling short on revenue collection By Chiku Jere Malawi is failing […]
Malawi facing EITI ‘Compliant’ status test …submits second report as Validator jets in this month …financial constraints threatening initiative’s future By Chiku Jere Malawi will this month go through its […]
Malawi’s second Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative report is available online. Take a look for yourself: MWEITI 2015-2016 Second Report. More commentary to follow.
I wrote a piece for the Extractive Industries Transparency Intiative’s blog. Check it out here or below. Malawi’s journey to full contract transparency By Rachel Etter-Phoya The Government of Malawi formally […]
A new multi-stakeholder group (MSG) is in place for Malawi’s Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative that aims at ‘National sustainable development through revenue transparency‘. This group comprises representatives from government, the […]
Malawi moves to safeguard mineral sector revenue …World Bank, EU finance review of fiscal regime …EITI process on course to monitor revenue management By Chiku Jere Malawi has registered tremendous […]