By Henderson Charles Msusa
At least eleven people have been arrested for allegedly buying fuel using jerrrycans in Dowa District.
Dowa Police Spokesperson Alice Sitima says people were arrested Saturday August 13, 2023 during a special operation which the law enforcement officers conducted at Dzaleka Refugee Camp in the district.
"During the operation we also managed to confiscate about 70 liters of fuel and 30 empty jerrycans," she said.
Sitima says the suspect, who are of ages between 20 and 47, will appear in court soon.
Recently, Kamuzu Central Hospital complained of increased cases of fire accidents, a development it said is putting a stain on limited resources.
In under two weeks, five have died while three others are nursing injuries, this according to a statement by the hospital.
There are some events in the music calendar which will spark attention instantly and one such event is the long-awaited release of a new Burning Spear album.
After a three-year pandemic pause, one of the largest convention organizations in the world has once again chosen Lilongwe to host its global three-day event, the 2023 “Exercise Patience”! Convention.
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Former Justice Minister and Attorney General Peter Fatchi has died. Fatchi, who hailed from Nsanje district, was one of the founders of the United Democratic Front - UDF.
A report on Post-Disaster Needs Assessment on Cyclone Freddy impacts has revealed that most cultural heritage sites are on the blink of collapse requiring about 9.4 billion Kwacha for recoveries.
The Competition and Fair-Trading Commission (CFTC) has applied for a stay order, pending an appeal against a 12th July judgement that, the commission should refund 2.1 billion Kwacha fine to Airtel Malawi.
The Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI) says Illovo Sugar of Malawi needs to explain why its sister companies outside the country buy sugar at a lower price than the one Malawians pay for.