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Joseph Tembo No More

Music icon-cum-politician, Joseph Tembo, has died.

Monsignor Patrick Thawale of the Lilongwe Arch-diocese of the Roman Catholic Church has been elected new Public Affairs Committee PAC chairperson.

The Lilongwe High Court has pushed to January 6 next year, hearing of the case on the controversial sale of public tractors.

Increased involvement of the military in internal security matters continues to spark public discussion with regard to the capacity of the police service and its relations with the public.

Govt. Moves Secretaries

There has been a minor shakeup in government ministries with two principal secretaries swapping ministries.

President Peter Mutharika believes his political opponents are the architects of existing anarchy and lawlessness in Malawi because they are frustrated by loss in May elections.

The Malawi Human Rights Commission says police who were deployed to quell unrest at Msundwe in Lilongwe on 8 October were not properly prepared for the task which led to failure to withstand pressure from angry people, subsequently leading to death Superintendent Usuman Imedi.

A non-governmental organization Find Your Feet in partnership with World Food Programme and Balaka district council has embarked on a project aimed at building community resilience for sustained food production and improved livelihoods.
Farmers in Salima are worried about a fresh outbreak of African Armyworms that are eating away maize fields in some cases completely destroying crops.

River Drowns Sozzled Teacher

The body of a teacher aged 26 was recovered from Linthipe River yesterday after he went missing for two days. It is believed he drowned.

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