News In Brief (249)
The Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi-APAM-has written Secretary to Government demanding an audience with President Peter Mutharika over a delayed report of findings of a commission of inquiry instituted into attacks of persons with albinism in Malawi.
There has been extensive damage to Malawi Telecommunications Transmission Centre in Lilongwe on Tuesday following a fire that razed down part of the communications centre. The development has left telephone, TV and radio stations that use the centre, such as Zodiak, inaccessible to the public.
The Mkukula Senior Resident Magistrate Court in Dowa district on Monday convicted and fined businessman, Feroz Dawood Tahil, K500, 000 for attempting to externalize forex.
Opponents of the quota system of selection of learners in public schools in this country are staging protests in Mzuzu where they have gone to present a petition at the education division offices in the city.
There are misunderstandings between the government of Malawi and Mozambique whose delay to resolve has affected construction of a one-stop-border post at Dedza.
There is friction and rising suspicions at the Department of Road Traffic and Safety Services where a crop of 62 non-established officers working in the IT section has been on contract for three years and are being prepared for a forth year.
The Anti-Corruption Bureau-ACB-has received a complaint that sympathizers of the Democratic Progressive Party-DPP-have made attempts to bribe the five High court judges now sitting, putting together the verdict of the presidential election case.