Confusion over Bingu Hotel operator contract

From Face of Malawi Fri Nov 9 2012, 03:50:53

Government is still consulting on the management contract of the Presidential Hotel and Bingu wa Mutharika Conference Centre in Lilongwe which was initially offered to South Africa's Peermont Hotels before Sunbird Malawi was engaged to temporarily manage the facility. However, Sunbird Hotels Limited is likely to feel uncomfortable with prospects of the contract being on [...]

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