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First Cashgate Convict Walks Away with Three-Year Jail Term – Defense May Appeal

The High Court in the Malawi capital Lilongwe has sentenced the first person to be convicted in a multi-billion kwacha scam that is popularly known as cashgate to three years in jail.


JB in Lutepo Cash gate Case

The High Court in Malawi’s old capital, Zomba, Monday afternoon adjourned to October 17th hearing of an appeal by the country’s former president Joyce Banda to join the trial of key cash gate suspect Oswald Lutepo.


Public Officers Ordered to Declare Assets by Dec 31

Public officers in the southern African country of Malawi have been compelled to make public their assets before December 31, 2014 or risk facing wrath of the law.


Chief Justice Msosa Proposes 3 Months Ultimatum for Justice Delivery

Chief Justice Anastanzia Msosa has said Malawians seeking justice in the courts will now get it within three month once the new civil procedure rules are instituted.


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