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DPP Claims Chakwera Dishonest On Cost of Switzerland & Eq. Guinea Trip

The opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) claims President Lazarus Chakwera was dishonest in his address to Malawians on the cost of his recent trip to Switzerland and Equatorial Guinea respectively.

NYFA Revises Downwards Age Limit for FCB Under20 League

National Youth Football Association says it has reduced age limit for the First Capital Under 20 league to under 19 starting next year as part of ending age cheating.

World Bank Commits $60 million Towards Kapichira Hydropower Plant

Minister of Finance Sosten Gwengwe says World Bank board has committed 60 million United States Dollars towards rehabilitation of Kapichira hydropower plant which was shut down after extensive damage by floods.

Chakwera Fires Secretary to OPC Zangazanga Chikhosi

President Lazarus Chakwera has appointed Ms Collen Zamba as new Secretary to the Office of the President and Cabinet replacing Mr. Zangazanga Chikhosi.

2 Warders Arrested Over Chichiri Prison Break

Two prison warders from Blantyre prison have been arrested over a recent prison break at the correctional facility popularly known as Chichiri prison.

Marinica Names Final Squad For AFCON Qualifiers

Malawi National Football Team Head Coach, Marian Mario Marinica, has named his final squad of twenty-five players for the forthcoming back-to-back Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers next month.

5 Arrested In Connection To Dedza MRA Boss Death

Police say two more suspects have been arrested in the murder of an MRA officer at Dedza border, Alinafe Bonongwe.

Education Ministry Extends Auxiliary Secondary teachers' Contracts

Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) challenges president Lazarus Chakwera to resign or call for referendum for allegedly failing Malawians.

Illovo Hikes Sugar Prices

One of the country's sugar manufacturers Illovo has adjusted upwards the price of sugar effective today, 30th May, barely days after the Reserve Bank of Malawi announced a 25 percent devaluation of the Malawi kwacha.

DPP Calls for Chakwera Resignation

The main opposition Democratic Progressive Party has challenged President Lazarus Chakwera to resign for failing to run the economy which is in total shambles, leaving Malawians struggling.

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ACB to Investigate Corruption at Nkhata-Bay District Council

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) says it has observed several suspected…
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Two Zambians & A Malawian Convicted For Trafficking Ten People

Yesterday, two Zambians and a Malawian were convicted for trafficking…
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Chakwera Justifies Decision to Fire Minister

President Lazarus Chakwera yesterday told the nation he is not…
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