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TAMA ACQUIRES 10% OF KANENGO TOBACCO PROCESSORS LTD (KTPL) AS AT THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS THE EVENTUAL ACQUISITION OF 25% IN THE NEXT 3 TO 4 YEARS.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   THE INVESTIMENT IN KTPL WILL OPEN OPPORTUNITIES FOR VALUE ADDITION FOR THE EXCLUSIVE BENEFIT OF TAMA MEMBERS.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           TAMA held Elections in February 2012 in all its Council Areas where new Councilors were elected and therefore will bearer their offices for the next five years ending 2017.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   TAMA delegation recently attended ITGA Annual General Meeting in Arusha, Tanzania which was held at Mount Meru Hotel from 23rd to 25th October 2011.

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TAMA CONDUCTS ITS 25TH ANNUAL CONGRESS

The Tobacco Association of Malawi held its 25th Annual General Meeting (dubbed Annual Congress) on 26th June, 2013 at Golden Peacock Hotel Hotel in Lilongwe, under the theme “Strategic Partnerships in the Tobacco Sector- for a Win-Win Situation”.... more 

25th TAMA Annual Congress Speech by Guest of Honour

25th TAMA Annual Congress Speech By TAMA President.

MARKET PERFORMANCE SUMMARY AS AT 21ST JUNE, 2012

As at 21st June, 2012, thirteen weeks of sales, 55 Million Kg of all tobacco types were sold at USD 2.12 per Kg, realizing USD 116.3 Million. Same period of sales last year recorded 47.7 Million Kg at an average price of USD 0.94 per Kg , and fetched around USD 45.11Million.

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TAMA IMPRESSED WITH THE TOBACCO PRICES NOW BEING OFFERED

Tobacco Association of Malawi (TAMA), says it is much impressed with the prices tobacco buying companies are now offering on the market.

Speaking in an exclusive interview the 1st Vice President of TAMA, Albert Jere, could not hide his happiness more

Link to GRASSROOT RESRUCTURING LAUNCH IN PICTURES.

Link to PREVIOUS TOBACCO MARKET PROGRESS.

COOPERATIVES CAPACITY BUILDING

TAMA has since trained 13 members of staff on various aspects of cooperatives so that in turn they should train the cooperatives under their jurisdiction. The trainees include the Area Operations Managers, Business Officers and Assistant Business Officers. The Department of Registrar of Cooperatives conducted the training of trainers (TOT). TAMA has 49 cooperatives so far across the country and has plans to establish few more in a near future.

TAMA CONDUCTS ITS 24TH ANNUAL CONGRESS

The Tobacco Association of Malawi held its 24th Annual General Meeting (dubbed Annual Congress) on 21st June, 2012 at Cross Roads Hotel in Lilongwe, under the theme “Integrated Tobacco Production System – for Profitability and Sustainability”. more 

WORLD TOBACCO GROWERS DAY (29th October)

NO REPLACEMENT TO TOBACCO SAYS TOBACCO GROWERS IN MALAWI

Tobacco growers in Malawi joined the rest of the tobacco growing countries in the world in commemorating this year’s first ever World Tobacco Growers Day which fell on 29th October 2012. In Malawi this day was commemorated under the theme “Tobacco Production – The Economic LifeLine of Malawi’’. The International Tobacco Growers Association (ITGA) came up with this idea to enable all tobacco growing countries to express their concern over World Health Organization (WHO) Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) which intends to ban tobacco production by 2025.

Tobacco Growers expressed fear that, this will negatively impact on their livelihoods more especially if the contentious Articles 17 and 18 of the FCTC get implemeted in their current form. Statistics which Tobacco Association Of Malawi has indicates that close to 5 million Malawians will be affected if this is implemented wholesome. Farmers therefore presented their concerns in a Petition to the Minister of Agriculture and Food Security Professor Peter Mwanza at a colouful ceremony held at Nankhaka Ground. The Minister will had over the Petition to Her Execellency, The State President of the Republic of Malawi, Mrs Joyce Banda.

FARM TRACTOR CREDIT SCHEME
TAMA is to facilitate the acquisition of farm tractors on credit by some cooperatives. At the time of writing this report, Agro-Africa Ltd (TAFE) had already moved around some Cooperatives in the Central Region to demonstrate   the performance of their tractors. Two cooperatives (Simphasi and Bowe) have since applied to FDH Bank for a credit facility.

29th February, 2012.

Death anouncement of Mr. Felix Mkumba who until his death was Chief Executive Officer for TAMA.

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Late Felix Mkumba

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