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Parliament Urged to Review Business Related Laws

As Parliament convenes this Monday for its inaugural meeting after the May 20 polls, players in the private sector have urged the house to review laws that are deemed counterproductive to the private sector’s growth.


Former Staff Cling to KCH Houses, Gets Court Protection

There is a new twist to the controversy surrounding the occupation of Kamuzu Central Hospital houses by people who are not working for the facility with the so-called illegal tenants obtaining a court injunction.


PP Gives up on Poll Concerns – Not Engaging Courts

The former ruling People’s Party has said that it will not take any complaints related to the May 20 polls to court but ponder on what to do to perform better in future elections.


Mutharika is Malawi's New President

Professor Peter Mutharika of the Democratic Progressive Party DPP on Friday was declared winner in Malawi's presidential elections which took a record one week before esults were announced.


Malawi Political Impasse: Recipe for Economic Downturn

An economic analyst has said the current political impasse is a recipe for economic downturn and poor budget performance as only a month remains before the financial year ends.


Pohamba Hails Malawians for Peace after Poll Protest

The Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba has commended the country’s political leaders and the general population for maintaining peace despite a protracted electoral process.


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