The Chief Resident Magistrate court in Mzuzu has set July 28 2020 as the day it will start hearing a case in which Penjani Fredokiss Kalua 34, Steven Mkandawire 31 and David Kausiwa 22 were arrested over an electoral offense on June 23 2020.
Some workers at Mzuzu University fear for their safety following their authority’s directive to turn one of the student’s hostels within the campus into a quarantine centre for Mzuzu Central Hospital health workers that are handling COVID-19 patients.
Democratic Progressive Party DPP regional governor Christopher Mzomera Ngwira says party members are still being subjected to harassment and intimidation by people they suspect are Tonse alliance members as the Electoral result tabulation by MEC were still underway.
The National Planning Commission says it will be engaging more with all stakeholders especially the citizenry and political parties to ensure that parties align their manifestos to the National Transformation 2063 vision.
The Public Affairs Committee PAC says it will not relent facilitating mediation talks amongst political party leaders especially at this time when the country prepares for a fresh presidential election.
A week after the timber millers Union held days of vigils at Raiply Limited as a way of forcing government to allow them harvest trees that are left over by Raiply limited within its concession area, the company has hit back with an injunction that has stopped the millers from conducting a vigil within the company's premises.
Minister of health Jappie Mhango says there’s need for scaling up preventive efforts to contain further local transmissions as the country registers 38th case of Covid-19 from Chiputula location in Mzuzu.
The African Court on Human and Peoples Rights has granted a stay to the supreme court of Malawi suspending enforcement of the court’s decision that ordered Youth and Society Director Charles Kajowoweka to pay K21 million as costs for the Maize-gate corruption case.
Financial challenges continue to rock Mzuzu city council as workers down tools for the third time this year in protest over four month’s unpaid salaries.
Mzuzu University has embarked on production of hand sanitizers which it is currently distributing to vulnerable groups and front line workers in Mzuzu as part of its response to the fight COVID-19 pandemic.