Economist Henry Kachaje reports for duties as MERA boss

Economist Henry Kachaje has today reported for duties as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at the Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA).

Henry Kachaje: New MERA CEO

Kachaje could not be reached for a comment, but MERA public relations officer Fitina Khonje confirmed the development in an interview with Nyasa Times a few minutes ago.

“Yes, Mr Henry Kachaje is MERA CEO, today is his first day in office. We welcome him and we look forward to a more vibrant MERA and continued execution of our mandate as a fair, efficient and transparent regulator,” said Khonje.

Until today, Kachaje has been working at a business consulting firm – Business Consult Africa – where he was its Managing Director.

He has also delivered motivational talks at different platforms and forums, including universities.

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Neno
Neno
8 months ago

To an sme in Malawi is not an easy road my brother and sister..

2021
2021
9 months ago

Kenako ife azitiuza kuti tisamasake ntchito koma tizipanga ma business iye uku akuponya ma CV ngati ma flyer achipani or shoprite kkkk

Mogasa
Mogasa
9 months ago

Wapeperetsa anthu ambiri ntownmu kkk . This is a key message to all would be rich people that whatever you read or hear or watch (Youtube) may not be a true reflection of what these kangaroos really is. There is corruption, abuse of the poor, bribery, favouritism (masqueraded as networking) etc behind 90% of riches. Very few have been true entrepreneurs and Kachaje was never one of them. We must learn to tell the poor the truth.I speak from experience after reading Think and Grow Rich, Robert Kiosak etc and later lost over K6 million through what I thought was… Read more »

Kamchiputu
9 months ago

Simukunena kuti angopupatsa ntchitoyi chifukwa ndi pa chigawa cha pakati chifukwa alibe Master’s degree yomwe inali pa m’dipiti wa zomuyeneretsa wamkulu waku MERAyo.

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