4 Family Members Die Suddenly in Ntcheu

Three children and their step-father died Tuesday in Ntcheu district while five others are admitted to the district hospital after they suddenly fell sick.

Civil Society Alliance Weighs In On Judge Bribing Expose'

The consortium Against Organized and Serious Crimes has written the ACB demanding swift arrest of the two people implicated in attempts to bribe the five judges who have been hearing the presidential election case in Constitutional Court.

“I Won’t Name Suspects” ACB’s Matemba

Anti-Corruption Bureau Director General, Reyneck Matemba, Tuesday sought to ease the pressure for action mounted on his office following Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda’s report of alleged attempts, by two citizens, to corrupt Concourt judges.

Government Suspends Duty On Maize Flour Imports From SA

The government of Malawi has suspended duty on maize flour imported from South Africa as a measure to counter the raging maize crisis in the country at the moment.

Malawian Lady Stranded in Eswatini, Suspected Trafficking Survivor

A young Malawian lady is said to be bedridden in a hospital in Eswatini after she was found loitering in the streets of Manzini, a suspected survivor of human trafficking away from home in the country formerly called Swaziland.

HRDC Ready with Anti- Jane Ansah Demos

The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) says it has notified all four city councils and other two district councils of the planned anti-Jane Ansah demonstrations slated for 16th January, 2020.

ACB Investigates Dubious Land Sale

The Anti - Corruption Bureau (ACB) has confirmed it is probing dubious sale of some commercial land within Balaka Township.

Suspected Cholera Case Reported in Mangochi

A suspected cholera case has been reported in Mangochi where a 70 year old woman has been admitted at Mulibwanji hospital.

Govt Blamed on Fall Armyworm

Some people in the country have accused government of failing to contain fall armyworms that have destroyed 144, 000 hectares of crop fields.

UNHCR Equips NRB Ready For Refugees’ Birth Registration

On Monday, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees-UNHCR-made available birth registration equipment to the National Registration Bureau-NRB-for the roll-out of birth registration for children of refugees in camps in Malawi.

MLS Calls for 'Immediate' Arrests in Judges Bribery Fiasco

The Malawi Law Society (MLS) has joined a bandwagon of quarters reacting to the news that some people attempted to bribe judges who are handling the high profile elections case.

MJ Records 25% Crime Increase In 2019

The year 2019 ended with police in Mulanje recording 1, 551 crimes against 1, 442 cases recorded in 2018.

Legal Experts Hail Chief Justice for Exposing Attempts to Bribe ConCourt Judges

Two legal experts have hailed the decision by Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda to report to Anti-Corruption Bureau an attempt by some people to bribe judges presiding over the presidential election case.

6 Drown in Thyolo in 2 Weeks

At least six drowning deaths have been reported in Thyolo in the past two weeks.

Anti-Quota Protesters Petition Mzuzu Education Division

The Anti-quota Movement today presented a petition at the Northern region education division offices in Mzuzu to stress their dissatisfaction with a system they say disadvantages those deserving meritoriously.

UTM Cautions Supporters on Speeches

UTM Vice President, Dr. Michael Usi, has called on the party followers to be cautious with their speeches and actions ahead of the elections case judgment.

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