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Gvt Launches K600 Million Grading Programme on Selected Roads in CR

Minister of transport and public works, Ralph Juma says grading public road networks is very important as the roads increase access to markets of agricultural produce mainly this time when people are harvesting.

Myths Contributing to Defilement Cases in Ntchisi

Police in Ntchisi say defilement cases are on the increase in the district and investigations are indicating that most of these cases are resulting from myths and beliefs.

Lilongwe City Council In Coronavirus-Sweep and Spray Campaign

The Lilongwe City Council has ventured into a sweeping and spray exercise in some of the city’s markets, aimed at disinfecting public places as worry of the spraid of Coronavirus continues.

Chieftaincy Wrangles Drain Govt Resource

Minister of Local Government and Rural Development has expressed dismay with chieftaincy wrangles between royal families and resulting to court battles saying it is draining government resources.

Covid19: MERA to Review Fuel Prices

The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) says its fuel price review committee will meet soon to review the price of fuel in the wake of a decline in global prices owing to Covid19.

Parly Committee Interrogates New NRB Boss

Chief Director for the National Registration Bureau Mackford Somanje, appeared before the Legal Affairs Committee of Parliament Thursday morning where he answered questions on reports that his organisation is conducting a registration exercise , which aims at assisting the governing Democratic Progressive Party to rig the forthcoming Presidential poll.

Kabwila Case Adjourned Indefinitely

Dr. Jessie Kabwira on Thursday showed up for her case in the magistrates’ court in Lilongwe, but hearing was adjourned indefinitely as presiding Magistrate, Shyleen Chirwa, is preoccupied with other cases.

APM confirms Malawi has registered 3 Covid-19 cases

President Mutharika on Thursday announced that Malawi has confirmed 3 COVID 19 cases:

Arrival of SA Lawyers to Represent MEC in Appeal Case in Limbo

Plans by the Malawi Electoral Commission to have two South African lawyers to represent it in the presidential election appeal case are in limbo following a national lock-down and grounding of all planes in South Africa.

MCP-UTM Will Not Boycott Fresh Presidential Poll

Key opposition political parties, MCP and UTM say they will not boycott the process for the proposed fresh presidential election despite pushing for the removal of the current electoral commission.

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