The Malawi Congress Party President who is also the torch bearer for the nine political parties under the Tonse Alliance-Dr. Lazarus Chakwera on Wednesday took his campaign trail to the lakeshore district of Karonga to canvass votes for the presidential election slated for June 23.
The African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org) is delighted to announce the organization of Mozambique’s first webinar dedicated to building local content and domestic capacity, organized by the newly-created Mozambican Oil & Gas Chamber.
Dr Lazarus Chakwera the torch bearer for Tonse Alliance has challenged Malawians that he will be ready to resign as their leader if successfully voted into power amid the presidential rerun, once caught on the wrong side of the Constitution in his rule.
All electoral commissioners have been sworn in. Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda has implored on them to always remember that their ultimate responsibility is to safeguard political will of the electorates and “not specific individuals.
The African Development Bank (www.AfDB.org) has unveiled a strategic roadmap of projects and programs to assist African countries in tackling the nutrition and food security aspects of the COVID-19 crisis through a raft of immediate and longer-term measures.
The Magistrates and Judges Association of Malawi-MAJAM-says it is concerned that President Peter Mutharika continues to attack the judiciary following the High Court and Supreme Court of Appeal decision in the presidential election case.
The body of scholar and media guru, Dr. Tikhala Chibwana, was laid to rest Tuesday June 9th at his Chitipi residence in Lilongwe.
Malawi Electoral Commission-MEC-Chief Elections Officer, Sam Alfandika, has told a training for District Elections Supervisory Teams-DEST-that the teams need to do their work impartially in discharging duties ahead of fresh presidential election.
COVID-19 has come either to live among humans like HIV/Aids or just to pass by. In either situation, the impact of COVID-19 is real not only on personal finances but also at corporate level. Living under COVID-19 restrictions is a new experience for Malawi and other countries across the world struggling to contain Covid-19. As we adapt to this new reality, it is important to actively manage some of the financial stresses that the COVID-19 restrictions present.
President Peter Mutharika’s first outing for the campaign appears to have dealt a blow to his quest to return to office as he has rattled feathers of the women’s rights organizations after he referred to his predecessor Dr. Joyce Banda as a prostitute who tried in vain to lay President Bingu wa Mutharika.