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PressCane aids CK flood victims

PressCane Malawi Limited has come to the rescue of flood victims who are not in camps in Salumeji, Traditional Authority Katunga, in Chikwawa.

Last Saturday, PressCane distributed food items including maize flour, two litre cooking oil bottles, sugar and soya pieces worth K6.5 million to 500 families of Salumeji village in T/A Katunga in the district.

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Malawi service stations to start selling ethanol

Motorists will soon have the luxury of choosing to fill their cars with either ethanol or petrol this year as negotiations between Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (Mera) and ethanol producing companies to deliver the product in service stations are an advanced stage Business News has learnt.

Mera acting chief executive officer Elias Hausi said there will be no need for vehicle owners to change components in their cars for them to start using ethanol.

Motorists will soon start buying ethanol at service stations

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"We need to promote the use of ethanol"

Government through the National Commission for Science and Technology has been working on a project to enhance production of ethanol as an alternative fuel for vehicles a way of cutting down on expenses of importing petrol. Our reporter Samuel Chibaya talks to Gift Kadzamira the commission’s acting director general on the project’s progress.

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