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ULADI Case Adjourned to 2020

The High Court in Lilongwe yesterday adjourned to 13 January 2020 a case on alleged corruption involving former minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security Uladi Mussa who is accused of awarding Malawian Citizenship to foreigners.

MEC CEO Alfandika Facing-off With UTM Lawyers

Marshal Chilenga, lawyer for UTM president, Saulos Chilima, today dwelt on driving the constitutional court to see how laws were flouted in management of presidential election.

LUANAR University Lecturers, Staff Down Tools

Staff members at the Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources are staging a sit-in to force government increase their salaries to be at par with all public universities.

Disaster Imminent with Rapid Malawi Population Growth

Rapid population growth in Malawi is a ticking time bomb that could explode into disaster should citizens continue resisting the option of families with fewer children.

Phalombe Council Concedes Poor Waste Management

Phalombe district council has conceded that it is failing to manage waste properly in its markets due to financial hiccups.

December Youth Indabas Crucial for DPP, MCP

Political and youth activists have urged the Democratic Progress Party (DPP) and opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) to their party's youth conferences next month as a platform for building youths to be responsible citizens and not agents of violence.

No Internal Police Action Yet in Msundwe Rape Claims

Police has taken no administrative action against any of its officers who were assigned for an operation in Msundwe where girls and women claim were raped.

Khonje Burial in Heavy Downpour

Scores of people from all persuasions have conveged on Chikosa Village this afternoon to lay to rest the body of one of Malawi’s longest serving speakers of the national assembly Nelson Khonje in Mwanza.

MCP Says Not Cross-Examining Chimkango

Lawyers for Dr Lazarus Chakwera say they shall need to cross-examine Bob Chimkango, witness for President Peter Mutharika, as he doesn’t appear, to them, to know much based on his “no” responses during cross-examination by UTM lawyer,  Bright Theu.

Trio Arrested Over K5m Missing at Mwanza Council

Police in Mwanza have arrested two employees in the ministry of health and a Standard bank teller for allegedly conniving and defrauding Mwanza district council about five million Kwacha.

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