Written by MARAVIPOST and MANA
Amidst the Cashgate scandals, chief Secretary to the Government Hawa Ndilowe has called on Principal Secretaries (PSs) for the improvement of behavior and accountability in all public servants in their day to day work which will lead to improved quality of services delivery.
Hawa Ndilowe who had earlier threatened to resign made the call Monday during the opening of a-two-day workshop for High Level Consultation on Strengthening Integrity and Accountability, in the public service, for all principal secretaries and heads of constitutional and independent bodies at Malawi Institute of Management (MIM) in Lilongwe.
Written by MARAVIPOST
The Malawi Government and the Delegation of the European Union in Malawi, which is the current chair of the Common Approach to Budget Support (CABS) Group, wish to inform all stakeholders that the second 2013/14 CABS review, which was scheduled to take place on 11th March 2014, at the Bingu International Conference Centre, has been postponed to a later date to be communicated.
Written by MARAVIPOST
BLANTYRE (MaraPost)--The Japanese Government has given the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) a total of $2.1 million in support of food insecure and vulnerable people in Malawi, including refugees.
According to the November 2013 Malawi Vulnerability Assessment Committee, more than 1.85 million people are food insecure following a poor harvest caused by bad weather.
Written by MARAPOST CORRESPONDENT
BLANTYRE (MaraPost)--Malawi, which is about to celebrate 50 years of independence this July, needs a focused national agenda that would meet the aspirations of the people, President Joyce Banda said.
The Malawi leader spoke when she presided over the official opening of the Malawi at 50 Forum in Lilongwe organised by the High Level Development Council on Wednesday.
Written by MANENO CHIMULALA
BLANTYRE(MaraPost)—Malawians are yet to know the truth as to how the proceeds were used as government officials continues giving conflict information with latest being the minister of finance dismissing Joyce Banda’s information that some of the money realized from the Jet sale were used to fund Farm Input Loan Programme (FILP).
Speaking at a press briefing on Tuesday in the afternoon, President Banda told journalists that the proceeds which were realized from the Presidential Jet were used to buy military artillery, maize, medical drugs and fertilizer for the Farm Input Loan Programme.