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Matandani
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Mwachekula imwe. vilekeni waka ivi va chuma kwa ana wadokowadoko!

Gift Roy Phiri
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kaya…..watelse can we sae??

kimwanza katambala
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kikikikiki koma mkulu ameneyu manyazi alibe…..sunday south african Rand inali pa 40 lero iripa 47,nde mkumati next week kwacha itani????

mphatso
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the 0.25% limit set by Reserve bank for minus or appreciation of kwacha limit is wrong that is causing depreciation, reserve bank should change that to complete free floating then the kwacha can go back to 600 to a dollar, at the momnet it can only appreciate 0.25% per day so with this policy kwacha will never stabilise it will only lose more value

kachipande
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Mbalame iwweee ukutimvetsa kuwawa

wika
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Its only M alawi on earth WHERE BLACK MARKER IS ALLOWED. ………..MINISTER UNDER……………PRESIDE
NT.

Ngwanya wopanda Mantha
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Ngwanya wopanda Mantha

Munganya iwe don’t make us insult you. Just go home and rest. Everytime you are the Finance Minister the country is always on fire. The Kwacha stabilising at K750? Are the wages you give us also stabilising? I think Malawi can do without The Department of Economic Planning.What do we benefit from this department as the department always plan to weaken the Kwacha

Mbani
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stupid u don’t have vyantonda vocabulary in your mouth

Bikiloni Nachipanti
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Kungolandira tindalama taku China basi mwati muyambe matukutuku… Tikuonani agalu inu… Mwatizunza kokwana anyaphaphi…

Alick Katunga
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the reason for black market and official rate close to equating is that there is no much demand of the dollar on the black market since the demand for goods on the domestic market has also slowed due to inflation.

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