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Tobacco Commission says will from Monday June 15, 2020 start allowing the presence of commercial growers and a representative for local small holder growers during the sale of tobacco following various consultations.

Former politician and writer Henry Chiwiriwiri Thindwa has urged Malawians to tell stories that reflect on the country’s history for the future generations’ sake.

Health minister, Jappie Mhango, was forced to drive over 340 km to Mzuzu Wednesday to demonstrate concern after over 110 people got injured in a stampede after his office invited people to walk-in interviews and the exercise turned into a nightmare.

ESCOM linesmen in Mzuzu are staging a sit in beginning Wednesday 10th June 2020 to demand promotions, provision of risk allowances as well as salary arrears.

Citizens for Transformation Movement has entered into an alliance with the Malawi Congress Party barely a few weeks after it endorsed the MCP-UTM alliance.

The Livingstonia Synod of the CCAPs Church and Society Executive Director Moses Makandawire says there is an urgent need for dialogue between the Malawi police Service and the Malawi Prisons following their disagreements last week, saying as security agents, bad blood is very dangerous for the country’s security.

Human rights activists have condemned the conduct of the countries two security agents who engaged in confrontation earlier this morning as police invaded Prison premises and fired gun shots during fracas.

Health officials in the North say the exorbitant pricing of essential products used in hospitals amidst the COVID 19 Pandemic is worrisome as most hospitals have put on hold purchase of other important hospital items to accommodate for COVID-19 related equipment’s the purchase of the products.

Tobacco Commission says the tobacco market will not be affected despite the directive by government for Malawi to go into a 21 days lockdown, but has however intensified measures to be followed at the tobacco floors.

MISA Malawi has urged on the need for Media houses and Journalists in the country to take all necessary safety and precautionary measures during the lockdown amidst COVID 19 pandemic.

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