The Tea Association of Malawi Limited (TAML) and the Plantation Agriculture Workers Union (PAWU) signed a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) 2022-24 on Friday the 29th of July 2022.
For many years, TAML has maintained its stance towards the elimination of child labour by putting in place mechanisms aiming at promoting and protecting children’s rights in the tea growing districts. TAML endeavors to make sure that children remain in school and their health and mental wellbeing safeguarded.
The Tea Association of Malawi (TAML) with support from its partners Trust Africa and Solidaridad conducted a series of events from the period 18th June to the 27th June as part of the commemorations of the Malawi Tea Day. The main objective of the commemoration was to raise awareness of the day and promote Malawi tea and the tea industry.
On 25th March 2022, the Tea Association of Malawi Limited (TAML) hosted Honourable Minister of Labour Ms. Vera Kamtukule at our office located along kidney Crescent road, Blantyre.
On the 4th of March 2022, TAML hosted a delegation from the Malawi Defense Force (MDF) Staff College students for a study visit of the tea industry. The visit was part of their training program. TAML and its member Makandi Tea Estate were honored to host these senior officers from Malawi, Zambia and Kenya.
The Tea Association of Malawi (TAML) in conjunction with the Judiciary Training Committee with sponsorship from TAML, ILO and Insurance Association of Malawi hosted a capacity building workshop for Magistrates (from Mulanje, Thyolo, Blantyre and Nkhatabay) and personnel from the tea industry at Hapuwani Village Lodge in Mulanje from 24th – 25th February.
Every year the Tea Association of Malawi Limited (TAML) in collaboration with its members, partners and the government, holds a Partners’ Engagement Workshop (formerly Gender Learning and Sustainability symposium. The workshop is an opportunity for TAML to update its current and prospective partners the interventions being implemented as regards to promoting decent work in the tea sector, progress being made and challenges faced.
Tea Association of Malawi (TAML) commemorated World Women’s Day on Tuesday 30th March 2021 with a donation of personal protective equipment (PPE) valued at K15 million to its member estates to be distributed in schools in Thyolo, Mulanje and Kawalazi, Nkhatabay.
The Tea Association of Malawi TAML has underscored the need for collective efforts in eradicating sexual harassment and violence in the Tea Sector.
Chairperson for the association Sangwani Hara made the remarks at the Gender Learning and Sustainability Symposium which was held at Sunbird Livingstonia Beach in Salima district from November 20 to November 21.