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Chilima’s Body; Others Ferried to Lilongwe

There was a somber mood at Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe, the capital city of Malawi, as the bodies of Vice President Saulos Klaus Chilima and eight others arrived from Mzimba where an aircraft carrying them crashed on Monday.

Malawi Mourns as Veep Chilima & Nine Others Die in Plane Crash

President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera has confirmed that Vice President Dr. Saulos Chilima and nine others have died in a plane crash.

Breaking News: Plane Carrying Chilima Missing

A military plane carrying vice president Saulos Chilima and eight other people has gone missing on its way to Mzuzu.

Kasambara Burrial Monday; Legal Fraternity Mourns

The family of the late veteran lawyer Ralph Kasambara has announced that his burial will take place on Monday in his home district of Nkhata Bay.

Parley, Executive Race to Amend Rogue & Vagabond Law

 

 

Parliament and the Executive are racing against time to avoid a contempt of court order for delaying the review of penal code laws that allow law enforcers to arrest people at night on the pretext of being rogue and vagabond.

Environment Day: Christian Group Shares Bible Promise for Earth’s Restoration

World Environment Day was observed on June 5, 2024. According to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) website, this year’s focus will be on land restoration, desertification, and drought resilience.

Quality Structures Pivotal for Malawi 2063 Vision: Chilima

Local architects have been described as key in the realization of the country’s development blue print, Malawi 2063 through the designing of quality structures.

MACRA Rolls Out Revenue Assurance System

The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) is installing a system that will strengthen its ability to detect fraud In billion and tax remittance among players in the telecommunication industry.

Africa Day from a Malawian Journalist Perspective

I was about to leave the office for home on Monday when the chief reporter made one of those requests you do not want to hear when you are home-sick.

“George, do you have [free] time this afternoon?” she asked, “We want someone to cover an Africa Day event.”

TRADE says Commercialization Drive on Right Path

Tremendous progress has been registered. Several new bridges have been constructed, roads rehabilitated, storage facilities equipped and farm and value addition equipment bought to support rural farmers in Malawi.

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