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The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) says it has observed several suspected corrupt practices at Nkhata-Bay district council which an Internal Integrity Committee which was formulated in 2018 at the council did not report for action.

Yesterday, two Zambians and a Malawian were convicted for trafficking five adults and five children in two seperate incidences in Mchinji.

President Lazarus Chakwera yesterday told the nation he is not impressed with the performance of some of his cabinet ministers who are not only incompetent but also corrupt.

A Special Law Commission on the Review of the Public Health Act has proposed the establishment of a health insurance system for all workers in the country.

Government has challenged chiefs to champion cleanup campaigns as a way of controlling the Cholera outbreak in the country.

Stakeholders in the country have been urged to incorporate people with disabilities in their programmes in a bid to address the challenges they face.

A disagreement has ensued between Lilongwe District Commission (DC)’s office and a group of human rights activists planning to hold a demonstration on October 28, as the group has vowed not to change the route of their protest.

The Ministry of Local Government has unveiled plans to push for enactment of Local Level Framework for Taxation to create a legal platform for councils to mobilise funds independently.

The Countess of Wessex from United Kingdom, Her Royal Highness, Sophie, is in the country for a three-day visit.

Blantyre Water Board Chief Executive Officer Dr. Robert Hanjahanja says the frequent power outages are negatively affecting the water pumping system at Chigumula, Chichiri, Soche and Nyambadwe causing hundreds of residents to struggle to access safe water for some days in the commercial city.

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