John Paul Kayuni

John Paul Kayuni

The Malawi Law Society (MLS) has dared former President Peter Mutharika, to submit to police, information on the alleged murder of former President Bingu wa Mutharika and allow the law enforcers to take necessary action.

Vice president Dr. Saulos Chilima, who is also president of UTM, has challenged Tonse Alliance partners ‘to terminate the political alliance agreement’ having observed that some agreed upon terms and conditions are not being respected.

Political commentators have given conflicting views on whether Vice President Saulos Chilima should speak on his alleged involvement in corruption as he addresses the nation this Friday.

The Lilongwe Senior Resident Magistrate Court has granted bail to five accounting personnel from the Accountant General's department, in the ministry of Finance, who were arrested last week on fraud and corruption related allegations.

Immediate-past Secretary to the Office of the President and Cabinet, Zanga-zanga Chikhosi, has obtained an injunction restraining police and Office of the President and Cabinet from taking away his official vehicles pending a judicial review.

Immediate-past Secretary to the Office of the President and Cabinet, Zanga-zanga Chikhosi, has obtained an injunction restraining police and Office of the President and Cabinet from taking away his official vehicles pending a judicial review.

The Lilongwe Senior Resident Magistrate’s Court has granted bail to five accounting personnel from the Accountant General's department in the ministry of Finance who were arrested last week on fraud and corruption related allegations.

Tributes are paid to Archbishop Remi Joseph Gustave Sainte-Marie, archbishop Emeritus of the Catholic Archdiocese of Lilongwe, who died on Saturday at age 84. He died in hospital in Canada, his home country.

Parliament has asked the ministry of Agriculture to stop Agricultural Development and Marketing Cooperation (Admarc) from selling maize to Zimbabwe to until a comprehensive assessment is done to establish if the country has enough maize in stock.

The country’s flag carrier, Malawi Airlines, has posted 4 million United States Dollars (about K4 billion) profit in this year, after seven years of making losses.

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