Simbi’s Khato Civils gives out K200m to Malawi Covid-19 fight

Khato Civils, a South Africa based contractors, have given out over K200 million to government to help in the fight against covid-19 pandemic.

Minister chiponda receives the money from Khato civils

The Ministry of Health has received Covid-19 management supplies worth K204m from the contractor and K10 million monetary assistance from Pharmacy, Medicines Regulatory Authority.

The K10 million has been deposited directly into the bank account for the Department of Management Affairs to help in Covid-19 prevention.

Khato Civils Company Director, Ashani Simbi Phiri, and PMRA Vice President Geoffrey Ngwira led the symbolic handover ceremonies in Lilongwe today.

Health Minister, Khumbize Kandodo Chiponda, says despite the economic effects of Covid-19, the two organisations have demonstrated commitment to fighting the pandemic.

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kwitande wa kwitande
kwitande wa kwitande
1 month ago

Proceeds of crime. Chenjelani A malawi mubeledwa. Iyi ndi mbava yeniyeni

Khumbo
Khumbo
1 month ago

A very good initiative by Simbi. Well done.

wakalekale
1 month ago

inuyo a Khato Mulungu azikudalitsani. Ndalama zanu source yake imadziwika, inuyo simuchita matama, mukati muthandize simuona nkhope ndipo mumatsata all govt protocols.

Pamene ena ake aja uko kuchoka ndalama zawo sangafotokoze, kwazindikira kuti adagura ndege, matama ali thoo!
akati athandize koma zopanda dongosolo.
chosecho akuti ndi amapemphera.

Henry Nandolo
Henry Nandolo
1 month ago

Thanks to Simbi and his friend.This is the type of people we want in Malawi. You will see that this money is stollen by the so called authority. Shame you thieves.we want people who can contribute to the development needs of poor Malawians.
Hungry leaders increase taxes to make sure they oppress the poor.
Nobody thinks about poor Malawians who earn nothing at the end of the month.

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