In terms of the Press Trust Reconstruction Act of 1995, the Board of Trustees comprises seven (7) Trustees. Currently, the Board is composed of:
|Mayer G. Chisanga SC
|Eng. Wilson T.M. Chirwa
|Linda M. Phiri
|Hon. Sosten A. Gwengwe
|Prof Moses F.A. Maliro
Hon. Sosten A. Gwengwe,Trutee
Mr Randson P. Mwadiwa is a retired civil servant and brings to the Trust over 39 years of public sector experience. He retired from Government in August 2016 while serving as Principal Secretary Responsible for Performance Enforcement in the Office of the President and Cabinet. He worked as Principal Secretary in various ministries for thirteen years, notably from 2006 to 2009 when he served as Secretary to the Treasury. He has also served on various Boards by virtue of being a Principal Secretary.
Mr Mwadiwa holds a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration obtained from the University of Malawi in 1978. He later acquired two Master’s degrees in Public Administration and International Affairs from the Ohio University in the USA in 1986. Mr Mwadiwa has also worked on numerous consultancy assignments with strategic national and international partners including World Bank and UNDP. He has led several technical teams including; The Project Preparation Team for Malawi Social Action Fund (MASAF III), Technical Team on the Establishment of the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (1995-1996), and Government Negotiating Team on Collective Bargaining with Civil Service Trade Union (1998-2005). Throughout his career, Mr Mwadiwa has travelled extensively to Southern Africa, Europe, the Americas and India.
He was appointed to the Board of Press Trust in August 2017.