John Paul Kayuni

John Paul Kayuni

The High Court of Malawi sitting as the Constitutional Court in Lilongwe on Friday finalized hearing the high profile Presidential Election petition after sitting for 59 days.

E-Passport Fee Riles CAMA

The abrupt termination of old passports owing to the introduction of new electronic passport system by the Immigration Department has not amused the Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA).

Malawi Phasing Out Passport

This January, the department of Immigration and citizenship services is set to roll out a new Electronic Passport which phases out the usual booklets.

The Lilongwe Senior Resident Magistrate Court on Wednesday granted bail to Immediate past Mayor for Lilongwe City, Desmond Bikoko, hours after he was detained by the country’s graft bursting body Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) in connection with alleged illegal land allocation in the city.

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested   immediate past Mayor for Lilongwe City Desmond Bikoko in connection to alleged illegal land alocations in the city.

Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Chief Elections Officer Sammy Alfandika Monday morning told the Constitutional Court hearing the historic Presidential Election Case that the Commission gave instructions to elections auditors DBO to approve tally sheets that were not signed for by party monitors during the 21 May Tripartite Elections.

ULADI Case Adjourned to 2020

The High Court in Lilongwe yesterday adjourned to 13 January 2020 a case on alleged corruption involving former minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security Uladi Mussa who is accused of awarding Malawian Citizenship to foreigners.

ULADI Case Adjourned to 2020

The High Court in Lilongwe yesterday adjourned to 13 January 2020 a case on alleged corruption involving former minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security Uladi Mussa who is accused of awarding Malawian Citizenship to foreigners.

Former Home Affairs and Internal Security minister, Uladi Mussa, yesterday told the High Court sitting in Lilongwe that he was not aware of processes required for a foreigner to be eligible for Malawi citizenship.

Close to one year after the Lilongwe Magistrate Court committed the controversial 145 million Kwacha Police Food Ration Corruption case to High Court, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) is yet to file disclosure of evidence documents with defence lawyers for commencement of trial.

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