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Minister of Tourism Michael Usi has said the dancing competition which Zodiak Broadcasting Station-ZBS has introduced should be treated as part of tourism, and a means to generate income for households and the country.

The Lilongwe Senior Resident Magistrate James Mankhwazi has shifted the Chinese Lu Ke's child trafficking and money laundering case to 2nd September, following defense lawyer Andy Kaonga's failure to appear in court.

A local mining company Yami Gemstone Lab and Exports Pvt Limited-YAGLE has advised government to suspend all rutile mining operations at Kasiya in Lilongwe, until good policies that can benefit the country are put in place.

The tobacco buying company JTI says the 2021/22 tobacco season has been very challenging to them and different players, due to harsh weather conditions.

Political experts have stated that wrangles in major political parties in the country are an indication of intolerance of democratic principles, which they fear will lead to breakaways towards the 2025 general elections.

Former state Vice President Cassim Chilumpha says Malawians now need an experienced individual in the office of the president, to run the affairs of the country, for a turn-around of their livelihoods.

Organizers of the Winter Amapiano gig this weekend at Dominic’s in Blantyre have insisted South African performer Zodwa Wabantu, popular for stripping on stage, will attend the show as a spectator, despite the government banning the artist.

Some legal experts have described calls by some quarters in the country for President Lazarus Chakwera to step down or call for a referendum as mere politicking, and that constitutionally, do not hold water.

The Ministry of Finance says there is a need to invest in young people's innovative ideas so they can rightfully be turned into businesses for the country's economic growth.

The main opposition Democratic Progressive Party has challenged President Lazarus Chakwera to resign for failing to run the economy which is in total shambles, leaving Malawians struggling.

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