‘‘As Malawi we stand to benefit a lot in areas of technological exchanges as well as human resource.
“We need equipment such as good modern cameras, outside broadcasting vans. This opportunity can provide us with a better solution about our radio, filming and television challenges in our country.
‘‘I visited and talked to the president of China Central Television(CCTV), China Radio International(CRI) and China International Broadcasting Network(CIBN), all who are willing to support us in some of our areas of need,” he said.
He said his working visit to China has helped him to start working with the private media houses in Malawi, adding “I will touch base with the private TV and Radios so that we see how they can also benefit from these arrangements.
“I would like to give a chance to the 15 media houses we recently gave licenses to benefit from this development initiated by China, so that they too have a well developed human resource base, to communicate efficiently, “said Kunkuyu.