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[Africa, Malawi] Up in smoke! Fire guts 151 bales of barley tobacco

Upon reaching Estate 81turn off, the vehicle developed a binding fault that caused fire sparks. The fire sparks after contacting with some bales of tobacco resulted into fire which gutted the whole bales of tobacco on board. Efforts to put off the fire
NyasaTimes.Com (mw)
added Aug 20, 2016 20:10

[Africa, Malawi] Nyasa Times Auction Holdings accuses tobacco buyers of sabotage

Auction Holdings Limited (AHL) Group says it has noted elements of sabotage from tobacco buyers who deliberately want to frustrate farmers who are selling their tobacco on auction in order to promote the Integrated Production System (IPS).
NyasaTimes.Com (mw)
added Aug 20, 2016 20:10

[Africa] Tobacco farmers hail Standard Bank of Malawi

Kasungu based tobacco farmer Robertson Chinguwe has hailed Standard Bank for rewarding tobacco farmers with competitive exchange rates on their tobacco sales through Mlimi Alirenji Promotion.
NyasaTimes.Com (mw)
added Aug 19, 2016 18:51

[Africa, China] Malawi tobacco buyers go on leave as leaf regulators bring in new buyers

Tobacco buyers have gone on summer holiday, leaving huge tonnes of unbought leaf prompting the Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) to invite three more buyers....the government has invited a Chinese firm, Chinese Monopoly, an Egyptian company, Eastern compa
NyasaTimes.Com (mw)
added Aug 19, 2016 18:50

[Africa] State Of Denial: Malawi's Tobacco Farming Addiction

Not many people in the southeast African nation smoke tobacco. They can't afford it. But the country is hooked on growing it and turns a blind eye to the associated risks, especially for child laborers.
WorldCrunch (fr)
added Aug 8, 2016 16:16

[Africa, Malawi] Tobacco renders farmers poorer

Buyers in Malawi are making tobacco farmers poorer, according to one farmer quoted in a story by Dibie Ike Michael for Africa News. While the government had established minimum prices for tobacco, buyers continued to pay less than the stipulated auction
Tobacco Reporter
added Jul 29, 2016 21:31

Malawi farmers struggle to cope El Nino ravages tobacco harvest

Coupled with poor rainfall pattern which has seen up to half of the population of Malawians in need of food aid, the country’s major forex earner, tobacco, is facing a tough time on the auction floors. Tobacco is the country’s biggest export crop. But f
Africa News (nl)
added Jul 29, 2016 00:22

[Africa, Malawi] Tobacco farmers angry over contract farming

Contract farming sees farmers having pre-market agreement with buyers hoping to achieve smooth market and also to have the full control of their products at the market. However, according to some farmers whom Malawi24 interviewed at the auction floors, g
Malawi24 (mw)
added Jul 28, 2016 17:25

[Africa, Malawi] Tobacco farmer commits suicide after making losses

A 30 year-old farmer in Dowa district on Saturday committed suicide after failing to recoup the money he spent when growing his tobacco. Dowa Police Public Relations Officer Richard Kaponda has identified the man as Mandaachepa Kandikana Kachipere.
Malawi24 (mw)
added Jul 25, 2016 16:10

[Africa] Malawi searches crop after tobacco: Soya touted by Auction Holdings Commodity Exchange

Officials from Auction Holdings Commodity Exchange (AHCX) are encouraging farmers in Malawi to grow more soya, saying the crop can bring in US$1 billion in one growing season.
NyasaTimes.Com (mw)
added Jul 25, 2016 02:03
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