Telas Markets closes down due to poor business

Telas markets, the market where you can order food, wine and drinks in the Telas Market in Malawi, has closed down after its staff and customers left.

The markets owners announced the closing on social media, along with a post on Facebook.

“We are completely shocked by the actions of our customers,” the post said.

“Our staff has been fired and our customers have left.

They have been very sad to see that their money and their hard work has not paid off.” “

They were very sad and angry at our customers.

They have been very sad to see that their money and their hard work has not paid off.”

The Telas market is located in a small town called Lili, about 1,000km north of Malawi’s capital, Accra.

Telas also owns the Malawi branch of the popular online shopping site eBay.

The closure comes as a blow to the company, which is also one of Africa’s biggest retailers.

According to the website of the Malawian government, it employs more than 5,000 people and is worth around $1.3bn.

The telas market was closed to the public for several months.

However, it reopened in November.