Administrative Assistant

Location: Lilongwe
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 20th September, 2017
Company: International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA)

Principal Disability Programmes Officer (Grade G)

Location: Lilongwe
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 3rd October, 2017
Company: Ministry of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Malawians, Civil Servants or non-civil servants as the case may be depending on the requirements of the post, for the vacancies listed below existing in the Civil Service.

MINISTRY OF GENDER, CHILDREN, DISABILITY AND SOCIAL WELFARE

Vac. 90/17

Assistant word Processing Supervisor (Grade K)

Location: Lilongwe
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 3rd October, 2017
Company: Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Malawians, Civil Servants or non-civil servants as the case may be depending on the requirements of the post, for the vacancies listed below existing in the Civil Service.

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, IRRIGATION AND WATER DEVELOPMENT

Vac. 89/17

Principal Housing Officer (Rentals) Grade G

Location: Lilongwe
Employment Type: Full-time
Salary: N/A
Job deadline: 3rd October, 2017
Company: Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development

Applications are invited from suitably qualified Malawians, Civil Servants or non-civil servants as the case may be depending on the requirements of the post, for the vacancies listed below existing in the Civil Service.

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, IRRIGATION AND WATER DEVELOPMENT

Vac. 99/17

Icam to construct K1.6 billion complex

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Malawi (Icam) has launched a K1.6 billion Mandala office complex to be built in 22 months.

The groundbreaking ceremony of the project took place on Friday.

Icam President, Henry Chowawa, said through the office complex, Icam would like to enhance the accountancy profession.

“This building is a symbol of strength which will help enhance the accountancy profession,” Chowawa said.

He further said the state-of-the-art building will change the outlook of Blantyre City.

Economic Intelligence Unit sees inflation averaging 13.8%

The Economic Intelligence Unit (EIU) says it expects Malawi headline inflation to average 13.8 percent in 2017 before decelerating to 9.9 percent in 2018.

Quoting the EIU in its monthly economic report, investment management and advisory firm, Nico Asset Managers, however, says a potential decrease in maize availability during this year’s lean season may still lead to food inflationary pressures in the coming months.

Reserve Bank of Malawi says World Bank’s $84 million to boost reserves

The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) says it expects the $84.3 million the country has received from the World Bank to have a significant impact in boosting the country’s foreign exchange reserves.

The World Bank last week released the long-awaited $84.3 million budgetary support to Malawi.

RBM spokesperson, Mbane Ngwira, said the central bank expects the Malawi kwacha to remain fairly stable for the rest of 2017.

Malawi Revenue Authority introduces Road Access Fee on foreign registered vehicles

Those driving foreign registered vehicles on the roads of Malawi should brace to pay US$20 (about K14,680.00 at current exchange rate) from November this year following introduction of Road Access Fee (RAF) by Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA).

Three win NBS Bank grand prize in LotoLanga promo

Three NBS Bank Limited customers on Friday pocketed K5 million each after they emerged grand winners of the LotoLanga Promotion.

Nine other lucky customers also won K50,000 each after regional draws that were conducted ahead of the grand draw.

NBS Head of Marketing, Lorraine Phiri, said the promotion was aimed at giving back to the bank’s customers.

“We are grateful to all those that participated in the promotion and we are looking forward to conducting more promotions. We appreciate the support that customers give us,” Phiri said.

Medhealth partners South Africa’s Healthshare

One of the country’s health care insurance providers, Medhealth Malawi, has partnered South Africa’s Healthshare in a bid to enhance its referral services.

This follows an announcement made by representatives of both companies recently in Lilongwe.

The development comes a few months after the local entity entered a similar deal with an Indian health care insurance company, Yashoda Group.