Daily Archives: August 2, 2016

Riverton University 2016 Admission

Riverton University 2016 Admission MASTERS DEGREE PROGRAMMES (18 months) Master of Business Administration – General Master of Business Administration – Accountancy Master of Business Administration – Human Resource Mgt Master of Business Administration – Marketing Master of Business Administration – International Business Master of Science in Economics BACHELOR DEGREES (4 YEARS) Bachelor of Accountancy Bachelor of Business Administration… Read More »

Malawi Assemblies of God University 2018 – 2019 Admission

Malawi Assemblies of God University 2018 – 2019 Admission   FACULTY OF COMMERCE AND MANAGEMENT-(4years) PROGRAMS BCom (Accounting), BCom (Banking and Finance) BCom(Business Administration) BCom (Business Information Systems) BCom (Insurance) BCom (Marketing) BA ( Cooperative Business) BA (Human Resource Management) ICAM Diploma & Top up courses available ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS: MSCE or its equivalent, with at least 6 credits… Read More »

Kabambe joins private sector from civil service

Patrick Kabambe, the senior civil servant, has joined the private sector and is now with First Merchant Bank. Kabambe: Hello, it is me the former PS now in private sector – Life is good in there Kabambe was Principal Secretary for Labour and Manpower Development and has served as controlling officiers in various ministries including Fofreign Affairs. In his posting… Read More »

Malawi Police increase bounty on Njauju killers as CSOs laugh off

Malawi Police have increased the reward to anyone with information leading to the arrest of killers of the murder of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) director of corporate affairs Issa Njauju from K1.5 million to K2 million. Njaunju car in ashes: Work of regime thugs Police deputy spokesperson at police headquarters Tomeck Nyaude confirmed the increase on the bounty. “We want people to come… Read More »

Uladi sides with University of Malawi students on Fees Must Fall campaign: Chakwera says Mutharika has priorities upside down

Opposition political parties over the weekend faulted the government for the increased public university fees and continued decline of the economy. Mussa condemned Peter Mutharika government for its stand to fees for tertially education Peoples Party acting president Uladi Mussa described the Peter Mutharika administration as insensitive, for increasing the fees in the harsh economic times. “They need… Read More »