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Corporate Social Responsibility

Press Corporation PLC is a member of the UN Global Compact Network and, by signing up, has endorsed the Global Compact Principles in terms of the Group’s operations.

PCL donates to Chikwawa flood victims PDF Print E-mail

 Mwadiwa (left) presents a bag of Soya pieces to an eldery woman in Chikwawa on Saturday

Conglomerate Press Corporation plc has donated various items worth K10 million to victims of Cyclone ANA storm in the lower shire in Chikwawa.

PCL staff donate Christmas presents to QECH patients PDF Print E-mail

 Ndau right and fellow PCL staff member Dalitso Chawuwa carry Christmas parcels for distribution to patients at QECH

Press Corporation plc staff members on Friday took time off their duties to cheer and donate presents to patients at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) in Blantyre as part of festive season.
Staff members presented assorted humpers worth K2 million to patients in various wards including children oncology wards.

National Bank of Malawi Plc and Press Corporation Plc donates medical equipment to Kameza Isolation Centre worth MK18 million as part of COVID-19 response. PDF Print E-mail

PCL COVID-19 Response: Group CEO for PCL, Dr. Geroge Partridge (left) makes a symbolic presentation to Director of Health and Social Services at Blantyre District Health Office, Dr Gift Kawalazira, at the Kameza Isolation Centre site.PCL COVID-19 Response: Group CEO for PCL, Dr. Geroge Partridge (left) makes a symbolic presentation to Director of Health and Social Services at Blantyre District Health Office, Dr Gift Kawalazira, at the Kameza Isolation Centre site.

As part of Covid 19 response PCL and National Bank, one of its subsidiaries joined hands and made a combined donation of various Medical Covid related materials to Kameza Isolation Centre and College of Medicine respectively. The donation totalled K35 million split in two between the two centres.

PCL donates to BAHASI PDF Print E-mail

Conglomerate Press Corporation Limited (PCL) took advantage of the World Aids Day commemoration event to donate various items worth K1 million to Bangwe HIV/AIDS Self Initiative (BAHASI) which looks after people living with the HIV virus, Orphans and other vulnerable children.

PCL donates to Monkey-Bay Community Hospital PDF Print E-mail

Conglomerate Press Corporation Limited (PCL) on November 25, 2013 donated hospital beds for the maternity wing of Monkey-Bay’s Community Hospital in Mangochi.

PCL Group Operations Executive Pius Mulipa said the donation of the 10 beds was a start of a relationship with the hospital and indicated that more assistance in the areas of need identified by the community hospital would be considered in future.

Communication on Progress 2011 for the UN Global Compact PDF Print E-mail


Press Corporation Limited continues to support the United Nation’s Global Compact’s 10 principles. Our commitment to these principles remains solid as we continue to strive towards maintaining the highest possible reporting standards in respect to business practices. Our board fully supports our actions in working towards the sustainability goals of the United Nations Global Compact. 

The annual COP report submitted to the United Nations Global Compact assists us in keeping track of our progress towards achieving the principles and also to map the way forward for the future.

Carlsberg Environment: Taking Care of the Environment PDF Print E-mail

Waste water treatment plant in MzuzuWater is vital to our business, as is the sustainability of the environment in which we operate. Carlsberg Malawi engages with communities on issues of water and the environment through projects such as tree planting, as a way of protecting source water and the environment.

In addition, the company has waste water treatment plants in two of installed at two of its bottling sites- Mzuzu and Lilongwe. These major investments demonstrate Carlsberg Malawi’s commitment to water and environmental issues.

20 Million Kwacha Dialysis Machine Donation to Mwaiwathu PDF Print E-mail

dialysysIn recognition of its social responsibilities, Press Corporation Limited is involved in social investment directly through the Corporate Head Office and indirectly through its subsidiary and associate companies, and makes donations in cash and in kind to organisations involved in serving the less privileged members of the community.

Following a donation of MK20 million that was made to a private hospital in the previous year for it to acquire a dialysis machine, the hospital now has a fully equipped and operational dialysis unit that is serving the local community as well as patients from other parts of the country.

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Press Corporation goes green PDF Print E-mail

Press corporationPress Corporation Limited is committed to developing operational policies to address the environmental impact of its business activities by integrating pollution control, waste management and rehabilitation activities into operating procedures. To ensure environmental management sustainability and as a continuation of the “Going Green” campaign, the Company has partnered with environmental experts including the local authority and the University of Malawi’s Polytechnic to tackle issues of deforestation, pollution and waste management in the communities in which it operates.
The programme includes greening the City of Blantyre by planting as many trees as possible especially along river catchment areas and tackling sewer effluent in the river systems to provide the communities with safer and cleaner water. Members of staff are encouraged to “reduce, re-use and re-cycle” paper. All waste paper is shredded and donated to a local re-cycling organisation.

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Health facilities and HIV/Aids Policy PDF Print E-mail

Press Corporation Limited has an HIV/AIDS Policy whose core objective is to promote the Company’s responsibility for providing a healthy and equitable work environment for all employees, including those with HIV/AIDS.

Members of staff at the Press Corporation Limited clinic have been trained to provide the appropriate counselling to employees who are diagnosed HIV positive. The clinic is fully equipped to provide free anti-retroviral therapy to employees of the Group, and on payment of a nominal fee, to the general public. This latter service to members of the general public is provided primarily as one way of fulfilling some of its social responsibilities.

Best student awards PDF Print E-mail

Press Corporation Limited awards a cash prize to the student who completes the final stage of the ACCA programme at the Malawi College of Accountancy with the highest marks in the Strategic Financial Management paper.


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