Malawians urged to invest in Mozambique

Malawi High Commissioner in Mozambique Frank Viyazhi has said Malawian investors are losing out as they are not using trade investment opportunities in the neighbouring country.

High Commissioner for Malawi in Mozambique, Frank Viyazhi stating the importance of the visit pic by Martin Chiwanda (Mana)
He said this on Monday at his office in Tete, Mozambique.
Viyazhi said Mozambique has business opportunities in different sectors which Malawians can exploit.
“What Malawians are supposed to do is to know Mozambican special economic zones for them to effectively invest in the country,” he said.
Viyazhi said President Lazarus Chakwera’s visit to the country will enable Malawian investors to explore more business opportunities.
Chakwera is expected to visit Mozambique today after visiting Zambia and Zimbabwe recently.

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Bakha ndi Bakha
Bakha ndi Bakha
9 days ago

Thanks, but no thanks

Alie Snakie
Alie Snakie
13 days ago

Good idea but the problem is Mozambique should ease the beaurocratic tendency no wonder why smart businessmen see the country as hell

John songeya
John songeya
13 days ago

If you know how Mozambique they trite anthu obwela akaagwila kkkkk simungakhulupile anthu opanda chisoni ngati amenewa sindinawonepo

Bauleni12
Bauleni12
13 days ago

So these are the Eureka! 1million jobs ideas? Tonse alliance mbuzi za anthu. Zitsilu kwambili this will be the worse government ever!

CESSPOOL
CESSPOOL
13 days ago

Why tell us today this envoy? We had thought he has been exchanging notes with Lilongwe so the envoy has the temerity to loudly advise about our ineptitude. The security situation in Mozambique is unpredictable. Right at you’ll find yourselves reeling in daylight nightmares while you never choose your neighbours learn to live with them. He doesn’t even mention about the dream inland port which was part of Bingu vision he never saw its reality. He was intoxicated with big dreams that never too off. All these projects were smokescreen for siphoning funds to construct Mpumulo wa Mbava

ERUTU
ERUTU
13 days ago

Let’s go the likings of Gotani wa Gotani and Mulli Brothers ⚙️💰🇲🇼🇲🇿

Chisale
Chisale
13 days ago

Invest in unstable country. The country is like a time bomb. The chinese have looted and damaged the landscape and islamic fighters are just killing people like there is no tomorrow. No, thank you.

Ndede
Ndede
14 days ago

Is there any investor in Malawi for God’s sake? People what r we doing? The president is busy introducing himself to other heads if state….he is even breaking COVID prevention guidelines. Can’t we see this….he is doing nothing and bluntly nothing worthy pointing. The relationship with our neighbors is not that bad….we need partners in development like China with big economies and find a way of inviting investors from those countries to invest and create jobs here….what are we doing?

And Kim
And Kim
14 days ago

Mozambique is our neighbor alright. But their behaviour towards Malawi is intolerable. The atrocities they cause our people as they go to visit that country is very bad. They torture them. As the President visits that country today, he should make it clear to his counter part that we need a change! What if Malawians resort to retaliation? It will be bilateral war! Enough is enough! We don’t want to travel with fear in our Southern African zone!

Mpakateni
14 days ago

Is this man representing Malawi or Mozambique. Why market Mozambique and not Malawi? You see this is the problem of doing a job without a job description. The Government is talking of creating one million jobs. Are these jobs supposed to be created abroad or within the Malawi borders? I am so sad that we have people who are still living in the past. This is sabotage. A Tonse kusamva. People have noised by urging them to clear the rubble fast, alas, Chakwera is as slow as Adadi the Chameleon.

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