Linda Tembo

Linda Tembo

The Department of Civil Aviation is reportedly under pressure to reopen air travel since there is no predictable end to Covid-19, as other countries have reopened with some about to do the same.

The Reserve Bank of Malawi has decided to maintain the Policy Rate at 13.5 percent on the basis that the economic outlook points to low growth prospects in 2020 among others due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Commissioner of Police for the Central Region Merlyne Yolamu has encouraged the police officers in the region to capitalize on the country’s political stability so far to regain public trust and revitalize the lost relationship with the community.

The opposition Democratic Progressive Party DPP has refuted claims by President Dr Lazarus Chakwera that the previous regime might have plundered about 1.3 trillion kwacha of public resources.

Civil and human rights organizations have expressed shock with the resurgence of attacks on persons with albinism, the latest being the case of an attack on a 33-year-old woman in Machinga, in the wee hours of Saturday.

Mota-Engil – a Portuguese construction conglomerate has written government claiming over 96 billion kwacha payment for up to 22 road construction projects in Malawi.

The Anti-Corruption Bureau ACB says has started investigations into the purported MRA missing vehicles that are reportedly being dumped randomly.

Vice President Dr Saulos Chilima and his legal team say are still waiting for further communication from the International Criminal Court Legal on their application in which they are suing former President Peter Mutharika and the former Police Inspector General Duncan Mwapasa for alleged crimes against humanity conducted between 2018 and 2020.

The High Court in Lilongwe has adjourned hearing of the Area 18 Water contamination case in which Leonard Phiri and others are suing government parastatals; Lilongwe Water Board, Lilongwe City Council and the Malawi Housing Corporation over consumption of sewage contaminated water in 2017.

President Lazarus Chakwera has asked Malawians to remain patient while the Tonse administration works around forming its new cabinet, as days have passed after his inauguration.

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