There was drama in Zomba Thursday when two men with a big heart noted that some police officers had taken off their eyes on a money bag in which they kept cash fines for road traffic offence. Next, the bag was missing in a split of a second.
In Rumphi district, the bridge connecting Bolero and Kamphenda collapsed a week ago in the middle of a heavy downpour and access to either side of the river is now near-impossible.
The Supreme Court of Appeal in Blantyre has adjourned to February 7 hearing of an application for a stay of execution of judgment on Mangochi West Parliamentary election case.
Police in Blantyre have launched investigation into Thursday’s incident where unknown people torched a vehicle that was used to carry the Public Address system during the Anti-Jane Ansah street protest.
The Anti-Corruption Bureau has been given three days to arrest two individuals named in the alleged attempts to bribe constitutional court judges with the aim of having verdict in the presidential election case apparently swayed in favor of DPP candidate President Peter Mutharika.
The Democratic Progressive Party's Member of Parliament for Blantyre Rural East, Susan Ndalama, took advantage of Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (ADMARC)’s Tree Planting Day in Blantyre Thursday to lambast ADMARC officers for selling maize to vendors.
Thousands turned up for the January 16 nationwide protests in Mzuzu organized by the Human Rights Defenders Coalition HRDC which this time around focused on restoration of Malawi’s destiny through electoral justice and accountability.
The anti-Jane Ansah protesters in Blantyre on Thursday held a peaceful march in their continued attempt to force Dr. Jane Ansah to step down as chairperson of Malawi Electoral Commission.
Three form four girls have been expelled at Kanjuchi Community Day Secondary School in Mzimba over allegations that they may have been practicing witchcraft.
The National Initiative for Civic Education Trust is demanding of journalists nothing but ethical execution of their work away from reporting that has potential to incite violence ahead of pronouncement of the verdict in the presidential election case by the five-member panel of constitutional court judges.