A Group Village Head woman in Phalombe is under fire for ordering UTM supporters not to hold any political rally in her area as campaign period continues.
UTM has described the 21 day lockdown as election fever by the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
UTM has been forced to cut short the distribution of detergents and dissemination of information on Covid-19 across the country.
Prospects of a possible working alliance between the Malawi Congress Party and UTM party have dived opinion in the MCP.
UTM Vice President, Dr. Michael Usi, has called on the party followers to be cautious with their speeches and actions ahead of the elections case judgment.
The European Union Elections Observers Mission (EU-EOM) has bowed down to warnings from Malawi opposition parties and other stakeholders to refrain from presenting its report on the May 21 elections.
Witness number two, and the last, for President Peter Mutharika, Bob Chimkango, has begun testifying in the constitutional court currently hearing the presidential election case in Lilongwe.
Malawi Law Society (MLS) has penned leaders of political parties and other parties to act and take responsibility to end the ongoing political unrest in the country.