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  • Charles Taylor guilty of aiding Sierra Leone war crimes

    Former Liberian President Charles Taylor looks down in the courtroom of the Special Court for Sierra Leone in The Hague Charles Taylor has been found guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes during the Sierra Leone civil war. ...
  • JB Appoints John Tembo’s Son Envoy to London

    In a fresh drive to renew the tattered relations between Malawi and her colonial master Britain, President Joyce Banda on Tuesday appointed Mr. Benard Sande as High Commissioner to London. ...
  • Six Killed After Burying Bingu

    Six supporters of the former ruling Democratic Progressive Party were killed in a road accident on Tuesday in Nsanje on their way home from Thyolo where they attended burial of President Bingu wa Mutharika. ...
  • RBM Backs Banks on Third Party Cheque Encashment

    Malawi’s central bank has backed a move by local commercial banks to suspend encashment of third party cheques; a decision currently on hold after the Malawi Law Society obtained a court injunction Tuesday. ...
  • Fabrice Muamba: Bolton midfielder discharged from hospital

    Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has paid tribute to the London Chest Hospital staff after being discharged. ...
  • Tobacco Earns Malawi $3m in 3 Wks

    Malawi has realized over US$3 million (about K500 million) in the first three weeks of tobacco sales this season, Tobacco Control Commission Chief Executive Officer Dr. Bruce Munthali has said. ...
  • One Soldier Down as Mutharika’s Body Jets In

    The arrival of the body of president Bingu wa Mutharika did not go without drama at Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe on Saturday, April 14. ...
  • Fabio to leave Man Utd on loan next season - Sir Alex Ferguson

    Full-back Fabio Da Silva will leave Manchester United on loan next season, manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed. ...
  • Minister Inspects Sugar Prices

    Trade Minister John Bande on Thursday personally led a team from his ministry to inspect main chain stores selling sugar above the recommended price in the wake of the scarcity of the commodity. ...
  • JB Fires Mwanamvekha, Mwadiwa Replaces Him

    Mr. Joseph Mwanamvekha has been fired as secretary to the treasury in a continued shake-up that is expected to continue affecting the government machinery now that a new President is in charge. ...
  • Airport cleared for Bingu’s departure

    Airport authorities have ordered all staff to go home closing it to clear way for President Bingu wa Mutharika’s evacuation to South Africa for medical treatment. ...
  • Vice President Wishes Bingu Quick Recovery

    Malawi’s Vice President Joyce Banda has wished President Bingu wa Mutharika a quick recovery as doctors are still attending to him at Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe. ...
  • Bingu Still in Hospital, Critically ill

    Tension and sadness have engulfed First Lady Callista Mutharika, cabinet ministers and government officials at Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe where Malawi's President Bingu wa Mutharika has been admitted after reportedly suffering a cardiac arrest...
  • PAC Insists on Bingu’s Resignation

    The public Affairs Committee says it will continue to pursue its agenda for the resignation of President Bingu wa Mutharika if he doesn’t show tangible commitment to resolve the country’s social-political crisis. ...
  • Bank Warns of Tougher Times Ahead

    Malawians - currently queuing for fuel, forex, and sugar - should brace for tougher economic times ahead, the country’s leading commercial bank has warned. ...
  • Somalia sports officials killed in theatre bombing

    Somalia's Olympic committee and football heads are among seven people killed by a bomb in Mogadishu. ...
  • Messi inspires Barca win over AC Milan

    Lionel Messi was Barcelona's hero yet again as his two first-half penalties sealed a Champions League quarter-final win over AC Milan. ...
  • Minister Booed for Mentioning Bingu

    Malawi’s Minister of Sports, Youth Development and Culture, Symon Vuwa Kaunda was on Sunday forced off stage, cutting his speech short after he mentioned President Bingu wa Mutharika’s name in his speech. ...
  • Zodiak Radio launches Workers Union

    Zodiak broadcasting station on Saturday launched its workers union. ...
  • Loosen Grip on Kwacha—IMF

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has repeated its recommendation that Malawi should devalue the Kwacha. ...

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