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The Constitutional Court handling the presidential election case says it has, so far, used up about 240 million Kwacha of taxpayers’ money since July and that figure is going up.
A bicycle taxi operator from Ntchisi has been arrested for allegedly insulting President Mutharika in a video clip circulating on social media.

Mzuni FC Drops Name

Two days after surviving relegation in the top flight TNM Super League, Mzuni Football Club have announced that, with immediate effect, dropped the name as they continue discussions with potential sponsors.
Economic analyst, Chiku Kalilombe, has tipped the Malawi Revenue Authority to place leverage on the new custom and excise policy, saying it needs to be used with the right intentions as it is susceptible to abuse.
The United States organization World of Difference has handed over a 55 million kwacha school block to government as more stakeholders are urged to assist in providing basic needs in the education sector.
Malawi Congress Party campaign director, Moses Kunkuyu, has told Zodiak that his party believes that justice is primary over peace as society has no peace without justice.
It has emerged that most public schools in the country do not have title deeds as required by law, a development which has makes them vulnerable to encroachment.
All parties to the on-going presidential election case have finally filed written submissions with the constitutional court.
In Mulanje early morning today, angry villagers have torched eleven houses, killed and also stole live goats after a dead body was discovered following alleged pronouncements by some members of that village that they had a dead body which they were offering at K500,000.00.
Dwangwa United Football Club is third to be booted out of the race for the TNM Super League honors following a 0-2 defeat at the hands of Karonga United yesterday.
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