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By-elections Spoiled by Voter Apathy

Voter apathy marred by-elections held in two parliamentary constituencies and five local government wards in Malawi on Tuesday.

 

Vendors, Police Clash Over Relocation

Hundreds of vendors who ply their trade at St John's road side Market and other areas Lilongwe had a rude awakening in the wee Monday when the markets were set on fire by city officials to force them from conducting their business there.

 

Service Resume at Fire-ravaged Standard Bank Branch

Operations have resumed at Standard Bank's Old Town branch in the Malawi capital Lilongwe which was partly damaged by fire on Saturday.

 

Oxford ‘Varsity Study Says Malawi at Risk of Ebola

Malawi is among  a string of countries  where the Ebola Disease Virus could spread in animal populations across forests in Central and West Africa, according to a recent study by scientists at Oxford University.

   

President Mutharika Drums Up Support for Malawi in US

President Peter Mutharika says a US charity organisation that has committed to build technical colleges from 2015 in Malawi will also provide teachers.

 

Budget Delay Affects Recruitment of Police Officers

The Malawi Police Service has not yet recruited new officers as it supposed to be done annually because of the delay in passing the 2014/2015 National Budget.

   

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