INVITATION TO A PUBLIC HEARING
Pursuant to Section 10(2) and Section 11 of the Competition and Fair Trading Act, the Competition and Fair Trading Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Friday 30th January, 2015 at Game Haven Lodge in Bvumbwe from 0930 hrs.
During the public hearing, the Commission will receive detailed investigation reports containing provisional findings of the cases that the CFTC Secretariat has been investigating. The schedule of cases to be considered at the public hearing is as follows:
- Report on the acquisition of ISP Business of Burco Electronic Systems Ltd by Telekom Networks Malawi Limited (TNM)
- Report on the acquisition of Group One Armoured and Armed Security Services by Kenya Kazi Services Limited
- Report on alleged unfair trading practices by NBS Bank in the disposal of Group Developments Limited to Gillanders
- Report an alleged supply of products that are likely to cause injury to health or physical harm by Carlsberg Malawi Ltd
- Report on allegations of offering prizes with no intention to supplying them by MBC
- Report on allegations of excluding liability for defective products by Sogecoa Golden Peacock Supermarket
- Report on alleged sale of expired products by Shoprite Trading (Malawi) Ltd
- Report on alleged misleading conduct and misleading advertising by Telekom Networks Malawi Ltd (TNM)
- Report on alleged misleading conduct by Malawi Telecommunications Ltd (MTL).
The CFTC is therefore inviting any person or enterprise, who in their opinion, will be affected or are likely to be affected by the findings of the investigations carried out by the CFTC, to make a written request to be heard during the hearing.
All written requests should be submitted to the following address by 28th January 2015.
The Executive Director
Competition and Fair Trading Commission
Off Mandala Road
1st Floor Mpikisano House, Area 3
For more information, contact Ms Goldameir Marobe on 01 759 506/507 or email email@example.com
CHARLOTTE WEZI MALONDA
CFTC – PROMOTING A CULTURE OF FAIR COMPETITION AND CONSUMER PROTECTION IN MALAWI