MEC Chair Jane Ansah Out On Leave Pending Retirement

In the middle of a boiling political and legal pot in aftermath of the Constitutional Court nullification of the May 2019 presidential election and the subsequent order for a fresh election in 150 days, MEC chairperson, Jane Ansah, is now out on leave. Ans she will not be coming back.

MEC, APM Apply For Stay On ConCourt Ruling, File Appeal Notices

The Malawi Electoral Commission-MEC-and President Peter Mutharika have filed applications asking the courts to order that effect of the recent ruling of the Constitutional Court on the Presidential election case be delayed to allow for a pending appeal case, for which they have also both filed notice.

Pastor Ted Wilson In Malawi For 3-Day Evangelical Visit

The global leader of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Pastor Ted Wilson, has arrived in Malawi this morning for a three-day pastoral visit.

Catholic Priest Demands Stiff Penalties For Perpetrators Of GBV

A Catholic Priest from Dedza Diocese has urged the judiciary to hand stiff punishments to perpetrators of Gender Based Violence GBV) as the country continues to register increased cases and women remain biggest victims.

Over K40 million Stolen at Mulanje CCAP

At least K46 million is reported to have gone missing at Mulanje CCAP Presbytery headquartered at Mulanje Mission CCAP Church.

WOLREC in a Fight against GBV

In a bid to curb Gender Based Violence in the country, Women's Legal Resource Centre (WOLREC) has launched an "Improved action in ending gender based violence against women and girls" project, that is seeking to unearth reasons perpetuating the vice and deal with them right in the villages before complaints are brought to other authorities.

Evangelist Mbeta Calls for Continued Peace

Evangelist Linley Mbeta has called for continued prayers as presidential elections case appears to be far from over following President Peter Mutharika’s intention to appeal the Monday judgment.

Sherriff Seizes Mzuzu City Property Over K110m Unpaid Fines

Exactly a week after the Sheriff in Mzuzu impounded bank property in the middle of business hours, the Sherriff has now seized five council vehicles in the city.

Scabies Hit Three Districts: Mzimba Hospital Registering Most

Scabies have hit some districts in country with the situation being made worse by unavailability of drugs at most public health facilities.

Parliamentary Election Case Set for March 4

The High Court in Blantyre will on March 4, 2020 start hearing the case in which a Malawi Congress Party (MCP) parliamentary aspirant for Mangochi Monkey Bay, Gerald Kazembe, is contesting the victory of Minister of Transport and Public Works, Ralph Jooma, of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).

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