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Health Experts have raised a red flag on the country's cholera death cases after they hit a record near 1000, signifying the worst outbreak to hit the country in two decades.

The Public Appointments Committee of Parliament (PAC) says it is still waiting for official communication from the Office of the President and Cabinet on the Appointment of Masauko Chamkakala as the new Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

Governance and law experts continue to punch holes in a report of a commission of inquiry on the arrest of ACB Director General Martha Chizuma.

The Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) has asked government to take immediate steps to ensure that LGBTQI refugees and asylum seekers are protected from discrimination, persecution and violence.

Victory Out-Reach ministry's founder and overseer, Prophet Gracious Wasibu has released his debut book the “6 Hindrances to growth in grace" a dedication to Prophetess Dr. Mary Bushiri of the ECG Jesus Nation church.

CSAT Speaks On Chizuma Inquiry

The Center for Transparency and Accountability (CSAT) has questioned the relevance of the decision by the commission of inquiry on the arrest of Anti Corruption Bureau Director General to call for information from the general public as part of its investigation.

Government has called for concerted efforts among players in the tourism industry if the nation is to boost the country's economy through the sector.

Political Analysts Chimwemwe Tsitsi and Victor Chipofya have challenged the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to find an ideal formula for its revival.

LL Referendum Demos Called Off

Organisers of Wednesday's planned demonstrations have announced cancellation of the protests citing logistical challenges.

The Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) is failing to offload a backlog of 300 cases that are outside Lilongwe due to financial constraints.

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