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Voting is underway across the country where Malawians are deciding who will be the next president.

Malawian lawyers, civil rights activists, politicians and other stakeholders have taken to the street in a ‘hands-off-the-judiciary’ demonstration against the executive arm of government meddling in the operational and administrative affairs of the justice delivery system.

Six days to polling in the court-sanctioned fresh presidential election, President Peter Mutharika is today starting off on a campaign tour of the central and Northern region.

A group of lawyers under the banner Lawyers of Malawi, will this Wednesday take to the streets in a demonstration against alleged judicial invasion by the Executive arm of Government.

The Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA) has donated 43 million kwacha worth of Covid-19 preventive items to fuel transporters, and some district Health Offices.

Government has awarded a multi-million kwacha contract to Businessman and DPP supporter Leston Mulli for the supply maize to the National Food Reserve Agency.

As the fresh presidential poll draws closer, election administrators have been urged to be professional to achieve fair and credible election.

Electoral stakeholders feel the Malawi Electoral Commission will have a huge task to convince Malawians if the dates for a presidential poll are to be changed.

Government has received K7.5bn from Global Partnership for Education to support the Covid-19 education response for two years.

Police in Mchinji is keeping in custody a 17-year-old boy( name withheld) after stabbing his playmate to death following a misunderstanding that arose as they were playing football at Bua primary school ground.

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