News In Brief (579)
Staying with the pandemic, government awaits results of tests from a laboratory in South Africa to ascertain if the country has a new strain of Covid-19.
The Magistrate Court in Chikwawa has ruled that three people that were found with 913 bags of fertilizer in early December last year have a case to answer.
A group of concerned businesspersons and religious leaders in Mzuzu is demanding government to reverse its decision to extradite Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary to South Africa where the two are answering money laundering and fraud charges.
Malawi and Zambia have set aside a special committee to help resolve boundary disputes between the two countries in some notable areas.
Chairperson of the Presidential Taskforce on Covid-19, Dr. John Phuka, has expressed concern that Malawi seems to be heading towards a second wave of the pandemic as evidenced by an increase in infections and recently recorded deaths.
National Planning Commission has advised the donor community to review their reporting style on Malawi’s development which discourages potential investors from coming to Malawi.
The High Court in Blantyre has accepted an application by Zodiak radio to cover live trial in a judges’ bribery case involving business magnet Dr. Thomson Mpinganjira.