April 16, 2015 saw Malawi Broadcasting Cooperation and China signing a memorandum of understanding which aims at enhancing the production of film and broadcasting content between Malawi and China.

The MOU is a follow up to another MOU that was signed in 2012.The ceremony took place at MBCs Chichiri Broadcasting house.

The function was graced by the Technical Advisor in the ministry of Information, Tourism and Culture Fredirick Ndala while as MBC was represented by the Acting Director general Aubrey Sumbuleta and directors of different sections within the corporation.

While as the deputy director in the international program division Mr. Zhang Min represented the people of China.

Below is the pictorial focus of the event:



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