The Tobacco Control Commission is responsible for registering and licensing of all the players in Tobacco industry. These players are registered and licensed according to what they do and what the mandate given to TCC says.
Some of the players that are registered and licensed by TCC are; Grower Associations, Commercial Graders, Tobacco Buyers and the Tobacco Growers.
The past few years the Malawi Tobacco industry has seen a hike in Non-Tobacco Related Material (NTRM) in bales sold at auction. NTRM in form of plastic, feathers, eggs, sand and metals has been on the rise in recent years.
In reaction to this, Malawi's Tobacco industry has embarked on zero-tolerance to unclean tobacco whether intentional or due to mishandling.
As of 31 Jan, 2015, The Tobacco Control Commission closed all normal registrations for the 2015 tobacco season. Growers are still allowed to visit our offices to pay their fees if they are not registered but they will incur a penalty fee for late registration which is 50% of the total fees for the quota they are paying for.
Tobacco Control Commission held tobacco industry seminar at Ufulu Gardens, area 43, Lilongwe from Sunday, 28th September 2014 to 30th October 2014. The seminar kicked off at 16:00hrs with introductory remarks by the CEO of TCC Dr. Bruce Munthali, statements by the TCC board chairman Inkosi ya Makosi M'mbelwa ...
After a successful 2013 - 2014 selling season registration and licensing for the 2014 - 2015 selling season has now commeced at all our offices and branches nation-wide. This years registration and licensing is 100% biometric to maximise security between growers, buyers and other ...
The third round of Tobacco crop assessment survey will be carried out from June 9 to June 14, 2014. All stakeolders are informed that reporting will be done on June 18, 2014 at 14:30 hours our Kanengo Offices.
This season's registration statistics compared to the same period last season.