Reforms in Malawi’s business sector are working and the World Bank has given its seal of approval rating the country 23 steps up from 133 to 110, World Bank Doing Business 2018 Report has revealed.

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Malawi Tourism continued its legacy of bringing unique traditional styles to global travel markets as it attracted hundreds of people to its pavilion duing the 37th World Travel Market London.

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The Malawi High Commissioner to the UK Kena Mphonda says reaching out to all institutions and individual that have connection with Malawi can help boost Malawi’s Tourism prospects.

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Malawi’s aggressive reforms in infrastructure, investment and land regulatory framework are aimed at improving competitiveness of the country at a global level to attract investors in all sectors of economy, Industry, Trade and Tourism Minister Henry Mussa has said.

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Malawi is set to get a boost in marketing as Likuni born Eddie Ware is set to fly the “warm heart of Africa” flag at several UK marathons expected to beam on live British television to millions of people across the world.

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The Malawi High Commission is pleased to inform all Malawians in the United Kingdom that an Immigration Officer will process passport renewals, replacement and new applications (for children born outside Malawi) from the 22nd August to 2nd, September 2017.

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His Excellency the President in Library at All Souls College

President Peter Mutharika made history on Friday, by becoming the first Malawian President and second Southern African to address the Oxford Union, where he called for a “change in mindset” to fix historical wrongs of colonial education.

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Malawi might be small, but like the biblical Israel, whatever is started, grows out to other nations, as such it citizenry should challenge themselves to grow bigger and develop own nation, Bishop Pangani Thipa of the Calvary Family Church in UK has said.

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HE at Oxford

Malawi, just like the rest of Africa is not poor, President Professor Peter Mutharika told his audience to his address to the Oxford Union in England on Friday.

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