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Shadow Cabinet Attracts Dissenting Views

The recent appointment of a shadow cabinet by the leader of opposition in Parliament, Kondwani Nankhumwa, continues to attract dissenting views as Joseph Mwanamvekha and Bright Msaka have excused themselves from the appointments.

CMD Applauds Deregistration Of Over 50 Political Parties

Executive Director for the Center for Multiparty Democracy, Kizito Tenthani, says the deregistration of over 50 political parties by the registrar of political parties has no effect on the growth of democracy in Malawi.

3-Yr-Old-Girl Diagnosed With Polio In LL

A three year-old-girl has been diagnosed with polio in Lilongwe to mark the resurfacing of the disease which was wiped out two years ago in Africa.

RFA to Install Two More Toll Gates

The Roads Fund Administration (RFA) says it will install toll gates on the Mchinji – Lilongwe Road and Chitemba on the Karonga – Mzuzu road.

Police Arrest Two Zimbabwean Nationals For Possessing Cocaine 

Lilongwe Police have arrested two Zimbabweans for allegedly possessing 215ml of a Narcotic drug Cocaine solution in area 43 Lilongwe on Tuesday identified as Tinashe Mukarati aged 36 and Merisha Jackson aged 43.

Nankhumwa Tears Apart President Chakwera’s SONA

Leader of Opposition in Parliament, Kondwani Nankhumwa, says President Lazarus Chakwera and his government hasn’t lived up to promises made during the campaign period.

MCTU to Conduct Survey on Tonse Administration Job Creation

The Malawi Congress of Trade Unions (MCTU) says it is planning to undertake a nationwide survey to quantify the number of jobs that have been created so far since the current administration came into office.

Some People Affected By Cyclone Ana Yet To Receive Help

Over 100 Cyclone Ana survivors from two camps in Phalombe are yet to receive help two weeks after the devastating storm hit the district.

Germany & MW Govts Sign a 23 Million Euros Financial Cooperation Agreement

In a bid to address challenges faced in the country in different sectors, the federal republic of Germany and the Malawi government have signed a financial cooperation agreement worth 23 million euros to help improve the living conditions of people.

Tobacco Estimates to be Out Next Month

Latest tobacco estimates for Malawi will not be out until next month as the exercise is still underway, says the Tobacco Commission.

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