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MEC CEO Alfandika in "Sweaty" Court Grill

Chief Elections Officer Sam Alufandika was Thursday afternoon taken to task, over suspected electoral anomalies during cross examination conducted by Lawyer for Dr. Saulos Chilima , Marshal Chilenga,  in the ongoing presidential election case.

Police Splits its Regions to Serve Better

The Malawi Police Service says the splitting of Southern and Central Police Regions will reduce delays in responding to security needs and at the same time reduce crime prevalence.

MPs Accused of Taking Job as a Business

Commentators say rampant abuse of public funds and corruption among policy makers such as parliamentarians arises from the fact that the look at what they spend during campaign as an investment to benefit from.

National Planning Commission Set To Review SDGs

The National Planning Commission says will soon start assessing and evaluating progress Malawi has made on Sustainable Development Goals which the country aims to achieve by 2030.

ULADI Case Adjourned to 2020

The High Court in Lilongwe yesterday adjourned to 13 January 2020 a case on alleged corruption involving former minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security Uladi Mussa who is accused of awarding Malawian Citizenship to foreigners.

Legal Battle Erupts in Constitutional Court

Legal debate in the presidential election case continued at the Constitutional court sitting in Lilongwe this morning with witness for President Peter Mutharika Bob Chimkango admitting that some polling centres recorded results more than total number of received ballot  papers.

Masinja Villages’ War: DC Moves in

The district commissioner for Lilongwe, Lawford Palani, has deployed a team in the area of T/A Chitekwere to assess the state of affairs between two warring villages where stakeholders expect to go and end a bloody land dispute.

Plan Malawi Urges Girls to Diversify Careers

Plan International Malawi has tipped girls to make thorough exploration on careers before deciding on what they would want to do in life but not just jump on crowd-puller professions.

Trio Arrested Over K5m Missing at Mwanza Council

Police in Mwanza have arrested two employees in the ministry of health and a Standard bank teller for allegedly conniving and defrauding Mwanza district council about five million Kwacha.Mwanza police public relations officer, Edwin Kaunda, says the three suspects allegedly used 10 forged cheques to commit the offense.“The three defrauded the bank between September and October this year 2019, in the name of paying some suppliers,” says Kaunda.Police have identified the trio as Hanna Gonani, 25, an accounts clerk at Mwanza district health office, John Jere, 29, former administrator at Mwanza district hospital and Ambele Mboma, 33, a bank teller with Standard Bank.The three remain in police custody pending further investigation, Kaunda says.

Lawyer in Witness Box in Election Case

Witness number two, and the last, for President Peter Mutharika, Bob Chimkango, has begun testifying in the constitutional court currently hearing the presidential election case in Lilongwe.

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