Court Sends Four to the Gallows for Albino Killing

A High Court judge has ordered four people hanged in Malawi and four others a life time in jail for the killing of a 21-year-old woman with albinism in April 2016.

Unemployed Health Workers Give Govt. Ultimatum

Unemployed doctors, nurses and clinicians have given government a two day- ultimatum to respond to their grievances failing which they threaten holding vigils in the country’s three cities.

WHO Spills #TheTeaOnHIV

As the 31st World AIDS Day approaches on 1 December, the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office in Africa launched today a social media campaign, #TheTeaOnHIV, that aims to better inform at least one million adolescents and young people about preventing HIV infection as well as living positively with the virus.

MCP Lawyer Msisha Grills MEC’s Alfandika

Malawi Electoral Commission Chief Elections Officer, Sam Alfandika, confessed in the constitutional court that minutes of meetings held by the commission about the disputed elections have not been brought to court because he did not see the need.

Political Parties Have Until March 2020 to Comply with Political Parties Act

The Registrar of Political Parties has extended dates for political parties to comply with the Political Parties Act, which deters hand-outs during political campaigns, to March 2020.

Patients on ART Stranded in Dowa

Bowe Health centre in Dowa is temporarily closed.

Organization to Audit Councils

An accountability and transparency organization says it will embark on an exercise to follow how public funds were used in projects and programs funded by international bodies.

MEC CEO Alfandika in "Sweaty" Court Grill

Chief Elections Officer Sam Alufandika was Thursday afternoon taken to task, over suspected electoral anomalies during cross examination conducted by Lawyer for Dr. Saulos Chilima , Marshal Chilenga,  in the ongoing presidential election case.

Police Splits its Regions to Serve Better

The Malawi Police Service says the splitting of Southern and Central Police Regions will reduce delays in responding to security needs and at the same time reduce crime prevalence.

MPs Accused of Taking Job as a Business

Commentators say rampant abuse of public funds and corruption among policy makers such as parliamentarians arises from the fact that the look at what they spend during campaign as an investment to benefit from.

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