Speaker of Parliament, Catherine Gotani Hara, says in the house which begins to sit Monday, parliamentarians shall proceed to implement the orders of Constitutional Court in respect of the ruling on the presidential election case which annulled the 2019 election and called for a fresh one.
UTM president Dr. Saulos Chilima is pressing for immediate resignation of Malawi Electoral Commission chairperson, Dr. Jane Ansah, and all MEC commissioners following the nullification of the May 21, 2019 presidential election.
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.
The Human Rights Defenders Coalition-HRDC has postponed Friday demonstrations which aimed to push the Malawi Police Service to act on officers implicated in the Msundwe saga and Buleya Lule killing under police custody.
Commander of the Malawi Defense Force-MDF, General Vincent Nundwe, says the army will remain alert and ensure that internal-peace reigns in the country when the Constitutional Court eventually passes verdict on the presidential election dispute.
Demand for transparency and accountability has become the first call in the new Transforming Agriculture through Diversification and Entrepreneurship Program (TRADE).
Information Minister Mark Bottomani has commended Zodiak Media House for being professional in how it is discharging its duties.
Information Minister Mark Bottomani this morning visited Zodiak Media offices in Lilongwe where he commended the station for the work it is doing in informing the citizenry.
The Legal Affairs Committee of Parliament says there appears to be more rot in the management of public land in the country’s cities besides alleged sale of Livimbo School.
A stakeholders meeting called for by the Legal Affairs Committee of Parliament on the alleged sale of Livimbo School land failed to take place this morning because officials from the ministries of lands and Education gave excuses.