The European Union says it stands ready to support Malawi “unity and democratic credentials”, following the ruling of the Constitutional Court last evening which nullified the May 21, 2019 presidential election and subsequently called for fresh election in 150 days.
Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has urged center supervisors in Balaka Liwawadzi ward not to use tippex or any correction fluid in March 5th by-election to ensure credible results.
The Constitutional Court has nullified the May 21, 2019 presidential election on the basis of widespread irregularities and has ordered fresh elections within 150 days.
Two bodies believed to be of people who had been motorcycle taxi operators have been exhumed Sunday afternoon in Biwi Township in Lilongwe city after they were allegedly butchered by an unidentified guard.
As the country await Constitutional Court Verdict, The vocal Human Rights Defenders Coalition has joined several stakeholders asking parties to the electoral case to respect the outcome and maintain peace thereafter.
Some hunger stricken families in Machinga have called for more food support saying the hunger situation is now going out of hand as some people are reportedly fainting of hunger in the area.
Vendors selling wares in shops and benches located outside the Mzuzu main market have abandoned their spots and are accusing the city council’s failure to manage garbage as it continues to pile up in public posing a health threat.
The Food Agriculture Organization-FAO-says there is increased mitigation of the impact of the shortage of agriculture extension workers in districts where farmer field schools are implementing the European Union-funded Kulima AFIKEPO.