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Some Junior Police Officers in the Central East Police Region have accused their authorities of being inconsiderate and unfair on the order to be providing free security to a private company, Chipiku Stores.

The Supreme Court of Appeal in Blantyre has reserved its ruling to a date to be fixed for an application to amend notices of appeal by the Attorney General, Dr. Chikosa Silungwe, who wants to resuscitate an appeal case, challenging a payout of K3.04 billion to Mulli Brothers in compensation for damage to property during the 2011 violent protests.

South African club Kaizer Chiefs have been banned from signing players for the next two transfer windows.

Police have warned members of the Professional Truck Drivers' Association, who are on strike, against infringing on the rights of other road users, saying, doing so will invite law enforcement.

Central Region Police through Anti Motor Vehicle Theft Unit in Lilongwe have arrested seven suspects for hijacking motor vehicles from tax drivers who were operating in some parts of the region.

Some angry form four students at Bembeke CDSS in Dedza put on Gule Wamkulu regalia and damaged school property at the school yesterday.

The Royal Institute of International Affairs has awarded five Malawi judges who tried the Presidential election case for upholding independence of the judiciary in their historic ruling of February this year.

Good Health Organisation has intensified its efforts to wipe out early pregnancies and marriages by among other things, drilling various community structures, including the youth, on sexual and reproductive rights and child protection in Kasungu District.

Government has committed to ensuring that National Statistical Office (NSO) receives adequate funding in order to continue producing evidence-based data to be used for policy development and planning.

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