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Police in Blantyre have arrested four suspects on allegations that they have been terrorizing people and students from Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences (MUBAS) around Chichiri area.

The Inspector General of Police has described rising incidents of human trafficking, mob justice and illegal entry of foreigner into Malawi as serious crimes that are currently rocking Malawi.

The Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC), says findings of its investigations on Lu Ke, a Chinese national suspected to have produced and distributed demeaning videos involving Malawian children, will be released by end of September this year.

The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has given government a 30-day ultimatum to solve the electricity challenges in the country failing which they will organize nationwide demonstrations.

Commercial banks continue posting huge profits with the latest being Ecobank Malawi which has posted K11.6 billion profits before tax in the first half of 2022 amid economic hardships, persistent unreliable electricity and continued Russian-Ukrainian war.

A Science teacher of Mpilisi Community Day Secondary School in Balaka district, Humphrey Sandram, has won the grand prize of Toyota Vitz in the NBS Bank “Win a Car Promotion.”

A Science teacher of Mpilisi Community Day Secondary School in Balaka district, Humphrey Sandram, has won the grand prize of Toyota Vitz in the NBS Bank “Win a Car Promotion.”

Police Eyes More Units

Concerned by security lapses in the South West Region, police have unveiled immediate plans to re-open Bvumbwe police station in Thyolo which was damaged by an angry mob some four months ago.

The Evangelical Association Of Malawi (EAM) has expressed worry over the continued increase of human trafficking in the country.

The Lilongwe City Council had admitted failure to single-handedly manage refuse collection in the capital city, saying it now needs the help of other stakeholders and general citizenry.

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