Heavy rains on Wednesday damaged property at Gateway Mall in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe.
The outside area at the mall was flooded by the rains and one the buildings had its roof blown off.
The roof on shops at the mall was also leaking, affecting customers and businesspersons.
Meanwhile, Standard Bank of Malawi has announced that its service centre at Gateway Mall has been affected by the storm.
According to a statement issued by the bank, the service centre will be limited in terms of offering services starting today.
“Please be advised that due to the damage caused by heavy rains, our Lilongwe Gateway Mall Service Centre will offer limited services from Wednesday 28th
February to Thursday 1st March 2018. All our digital channels will be available as always,” reads the statement that Malawi24 has seen from the bank.
Please in future use strong materials to strengthen your property
Yes we’re poor but Malawi has money so whenever constructing something do it to the best
Don’t go for cheap and useless materials
Where were you yesterday. The incident happened around 1600hrs yesterday and you are publishing it after 20hrs. Paja ndi Malawi 24 eti, mumadikira ikwane 24hrs
Not today but yesterday
Koma Ku Rumphi Kuno Vula Tinaiona Ndikale
Boma silikugawa mvula baba mwatani kodi???
May God have mercy
Poor construction imported from China
Osadanda Ku L city ko tangomuponyani mmadzimo yonayo Namondwe akhala bata
China works, without grantees documents, kkkkkkkk shame to my country Malawi, amene alibe amamulanda mkamene ali nako malemba Sadanamedi,Malawi akhala malo aulosi tsapano.
this was built by south africa company
Gateway was not done by the chinese kumalemba mukudziwa
Koma ndiye kunamanga
very bad! !
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