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Journalists drilled on New Pension Law

Old Mutual Malawi is equipping journalists in the capital, Lilongwe on Responsible Business Reporting.

The journalists are being equipped with knowledge on the new Pension Law.

According to Old Mutual, the training session is a part of the firm’s initiatives ahead of its commemoration of 70 years in existence this year.

Golden Matonga, Chairperson of the Media Institute for Southern Africa (MISA) Malawi Chapter emphasized that the training will enhance the knowledge of journalists in business reporting, which is particularly beneficial in the lead-up to the upcoming MISA Gala Awards.

Lisa Malango, Vice Chairperson of the Association of Women in Media, expressed her organisation’s appreciation for Old Mutual’s investment in the financial literacy of women in media.

“Let me acknowledge that as Women in Media we don’t take Old Mutual’s gesture for granted. These initiatives are crucial in empowering female journalists with the necessary skills and knowledge, ” said Malango.

Association for Women in Media (AWOME) is a non-profit organisation of women in various media seeking to create an inclusive and gender sensitive media in Malawi.

By Khadija Lapken

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