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First Capital Bank Group chairperson Hitesh Anadkat on Tuesday handed over a 384-bed prison block to Chichiri Prison in Blantyre worth K350 million with a call to encourage community sentence programmes and drastically reduce the use of custody on minor offences.

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Malawi’s efforts to eradicate power challenges continue to bear fruits following the signing of an energy deal by government with a UK company on Tuesday in London.

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Three suspects have been remanded for another week by  court in Lilongwe in connection with the death of Kottana Chidyaonga. The Chief Resident Magistrate has remanded Timothy Mtilisanje (28) , Gilbert Kamaliza (29) and Diana Bhagwanji  (23).

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Malawi Police at Madisi have teargassed learners who went violent, stoning and damaging vehicles as they marched to Mponela to meet education authorities over their failure to attend classes because of the ongoing strike by their teachers.

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Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) director general Reyneck Matemba  has once again pleaded for patience on the disclosure of names of those who allegedly wanted to bribe Constitutional Court judges tackling a case linked to a controversial election which handed President Peter Mutharika a second term.

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Staff at Lilongwe City Council (LCC) have gone on strike to force management hike their pay. The workers said they were promised that they would start receiving the new salary January end but there are no indications that they would get the new pay this month end.

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Learners from various primary schools in  cities of Lilongwe,  Blantyre, Mzuzu , as well as districts of Nkhotakota,  Balaka, Dedza, Mchinji and other parts of the country  aged between five  and 13, took to the streets protesting at the government’s delay in paying their teachers’ salaries for December 2019  so learning can resume.

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Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development Joseph Mwanamvekha has rescued a total of 105 needy secondary schools learner’s who were at a risk of dropping out of school due to lack of tuition fees by paying them K10 million bursaries for their whole secondary level  in the district.

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Malawi and the United Kingdom have discussed and agreed on ways and means of providing support to  improvement in rural livelihoods as one way of ensuring that there is a shift to move development from the city to rural areas.

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St Mary’s Karonga Girls Secondary School, under the Diocese of Karonga, in the border district of Karonga has won the ‘Africa Prize’ worth 3000 euros in a song contest organised by German-based Engagement Global.

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Malawian President Peter Mutharika who on Monday  participated at the opening plenary of Uk-Africa Summit  in London took part in at a panel discussion on Trade and Investment where he  said Africa should move quickly and be ready for further trade with UK, saying in that regard Malawi is on a steady path.

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President Peter Mutharika on Monday led a delegation of  Malawian leaders and businesspeople to the UK-Africa Investment Summit  in London open by British Prime Prime Minister Boris Johnson with Malawi eyeing investments, continued trade and multilateral deals with a post-Brexit UK and deepening of political ties.

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Following the accident that happened on the 19th January in Ntcheu,the management of Malawi Post Corporations has with immediately effect decided to take the post buses off the road up to Friday  January 24,2020.

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Public primary and secondary school teachers have started an indefinite, nationwide walkout to force government to pay them   their December 2019 salaries.

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Its Area 47 again. Illicit drugs,  teenage prostitution and uncontrollable drinking of ethanol based alcohol is on the rise, Nyasa Times has established.

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Premier Bet on Friday unveiled the fourth winner of MK10 million in the Rapid Numbers game which the company introduced in Malawi about two months ago.

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Inkosi ya Makosi Gomani V of the Maseko Ngoni  has called for continued unity and love among all Maseko Ngonis  for sustainable development.

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Chief  presidential political advisor Francis Mphepo has come under intense fire for saying that governmentt will withdraw all development projects in the north because northerners are ungrateful.

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Malawi Police in Dedza have arrested a self-proclaimed prophetess who claimed to have resurrected a teenage boy that died in a road accident in 2016.

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A woman has been shot while others have sustained injuries following a commotion at Nkhwazi Admarc depot in Mchinji on Friday where angry community members detained a truck which was transporting maize from Mchinji to an undisclosed destination.

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The Malawi government dispatched four senior cabinet ministers to the Northern region who had a roundtable dialogue meeting with businesses from Chitipa, Karonga, Rumphi, Mzimba, Nkhatabay and Mzuzu City.

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A consortium of organizations fighting for children’s rights in Malawi has condemned a cartoon in the Malawi News, which depicts an old man suggesting that he slept with a 16 year-old girl,  saying ‘it normalizes child rights violation’.

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Learners in public schools might not have classes on Monday following a sit in which Teachers Union of Malawi (TUM) has a planned to force government to pay December salaries to some teachers and lecturers.

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A Malawi citizen Mrs Sandra Padambo, mum-of-three was tragically found hanged by after she took her own life  at home Bradford in England.

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Former Malawi president Joyce Banda is among seven African heads of state in Lome, capital of Togo, participating in aa summit against fake drugs which is under the aegis of the Brazzaville Foundation an independent NGO based in London which Banda belongs.

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