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  • Tobacco Sales Suspended

    Tobacco sales have been suspended for the second time since they started at Lilongwe Auction Floors where growers protested a high rejection rate. ...
  • Malawi Failing to meet Paprika Market Demand

    Lack of capacity and economic empowerment is making Malawian farmers fail to meet a readily available international market for 10,000 metric tones of Paprika which could source K2.4 billion. ...
  • Man Paralyzed After Police Shot Him with Teargas Canister

    Political violence that erupted on March 21 in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe when police dispersed angry UDF supporters demanding Atupele Muluzi’s immediate release left one person paralyzed and dumb. ...
  • From Fuel to Sugar Queues

    Hundreds of people in Zomba city, eastern Malawi, are queuing to buy sugar at Shoprite Stores where a one kilogram packet is selling at K215 while elsewhere it is going at K550. ...
  • Judiciary Staff Gets 40% Salary Hike

    Judiciary support staff in Malawi, who returned to work on Monday after a three month strike, have been given a 40 per cent salary hike effective from the 2007/2008. ...
  • Atupele Discharged from Hospital

    Atupele Muluzi, son to former Malawi President Bakili Muluzi, has been discharged from Mwaiwathu Private Hospital in Blantyre. ...
  • Host Al-Bashir, Forget About MCC Grant – US

    The message from Washington is simple, loud and clear: you host indicted Sudanese president Omar Al-Bashir, the higher the risk of completely losing out on the 58 billion kwacha energy grant. ...
  • Police Clash with Students

    Heavily armed police on Monday used tear gas to disperse scores of students from Kasungu Teachers Training College demonstrating against unpaid allowances. ...
  • MCP Faults Govt for MCC Suspension

    Main opposition party in Malawi has faulted President Bingu wa Mutharika and his government for the suspension of a 58 billion kwacha grant from the United States of America. ...
  • Tobacco Sales Start on Bad Note

    Suspension, clashes between farmers and buyers characterized the first day of tobacco sales in Malawi’s capital city, Lilongwe on Monday. ...
  • Judiciary Strike Ends

    Malawians can now breathe a sigh of relief as judiciary workers who have been on strike for over three months now are expected to resume work on Monday March 26. ...
  • Executive, Judiciary Sign Pact to End Strike

    Malawians can now breathe a sigh of relief as judiciary workers who have been on strike for over three months now are expected to resume work on Monday March 26, following an agreement signed with government on Saturday March 24. ...
  • USA Suspends $350m Malawi Grant

    President Bingu wa Mutharika’s political arrogance as well as his government’s continued crack down on critics has cost Malawi a 58 billion kwacha grant from United States of America. ...
  • I Regret Picking Bingu, Says Muluzi

    Former President Dr. Bakili Muluzi has said he regrets handpicking President Bingu wa Mutharika to succeed him in 2004 on the UDF ticket. ...
  • Atupele Muluzi Out on Bail

    Detained United Democratic Front presidential hopeful Atupele Muluzi has been released on police bail. ...
  • Muluzi Back Home to Cheer Son

    Former President Dr. Bakili Muluzi arrived in Malawi on Saturday, March 24 from South Africa to cheer his son, Atupele, arrested on Tuesday for allegedly inciting violence. ...
  • Push for Bingu’s Ouster, Analyst Tells PAC

    The declaration by Malawi President, Bingu wa Mutharika that he will not resign gives room for the Public Affairs Committee PAC to push for a referendum, a political analyst has said. ...
  • PAC Insists on Bingu's Resignation

    The Public Affairs Committee has issued final resolutions emanating from its All Inclusive Conference last week in Blantyre with the PAC board adopting calls for President Mutharika to resign or call for a referendum. ...
  • UN Issues Security Alert for its Staff

    The United Nations has issued a high security alert for its staff in Malawi, three days after violent protests in Lilongwe on Sunday. ...
  • UDF Supporters at Maula Prison

    Over 200 opposition supporters are camping outside Maula Prison in Malawi’s capital, Lilongwe in solidarity with UDF presidential candidate, Atupele Muluzi who is being remanded there. ...

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