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About 59 days have gone since the constitutional court started hearing the evidence from a horde of witnesses, including information and communications technology experts, monitors, Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) officials and party officials in the ongoing May 21 electoral case in Lilongwe, hearing of evidence has concluded with all parties saying they are pleased.

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Following the May 2019 elections, Malawi Electoral (MEC) chair Justice Jane Ansah, amid 147 complaints, declared President Peter Mutharika the winner. The President hastily sworn in, the Chair then went on Zodiak TV declaring the appropriateness of the work of the MEC.

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State vice-president Everton Chimulirenji has assured the nation that no one will die of hunger, saying  government has put in place measures to safeguard people’s lives by providing relief food.

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Malawi government has been asked to follow the law in replacing Financial Intelligence Authority (FIA) director general Atuweni Juwayeyi Agbermodji whose contract expired.

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Directors of the Royal Motors Company are soon expected to appear in court to answer charges bordering on forgery of documents that facilitated the grabbing of the land belonging to Lunzu Estate Limited.

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At this year’s Indigenous Customs Clearing and Forwarding Agents (ICCAFA) annual general meeting A held in Mangochi on Saturday, it was revealed that some Chinese and Indians are doing clearing business as a front for their fellow nationals.

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The United States Agency for International Development (USaid) has called for enhanced coordination, governance and financial accountability among civil society organisations (CSOs) in Malawi so that they can make effective and meaningful contribution to the socioeconomic development of the country.

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There were hair raising and jaw-dropping revelations on Wednesday  at the High Court of Malawi sitting as the Constitutional Court hearing the presidential elections nullification petition  when it was learnt  that the electoral body altered 1,330, 448 votes.

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Vice President  Everton Chimulurenji, who is also Minister responsible for Disaster Management Affairs, has said government us reassessing  the number of needy people  who are  food insecure but appealed to all Malawians not to panic, saying the government has put in place mechanisms to assist them.

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Government has ordered  ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs) which were affected by salary delays to prioritise  processing of the remaining salaries for civil servants and other urgent payment now that the a technical hitch in the government paying system of Ifmis—government’s electronic payment system— has been rectified.

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Former Mayor for Lilongwe City Desmond Bikoko has been granted bail by Lilongwe Senior Resident Magistrate Court after  his dramatic arrest on corruption charges linked to alleged illegal sale of land.

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Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Benson Malunga Phiri has issued a stern warning to Mayors, Council Chairpersons and their deputies to desist from land grabbing.

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Catholic bishops in the country have reminded Malawians to uphold peace and unity ahead of the presidential elections case verdict by the Constitutional Court in Lilongwe.

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Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) officials in Lilongwe have arrested former mayor of the capital city Desmond Bikoko over alleged illegal sale of land.

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As a number of recalled Malawi diplomats are  holding on to their positions at various embassies, government has started cracking the whip and calling  with  Chimango Chirwa, who was serving as  Ambassador to Ethiopia and African Union,  being the first casualty as he is recalled.

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President Peter Mutharika has expressed optimism that devastating impacts of climate change can be reversed by following control measures put in place.

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Minister of Homeland Security Nicholas Dausi says government is committed to improve the welfare of refugees but wants organisations supporting refugees to embark on tangible projects in the host country.

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Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) is being accused of gratuity payments  without following procedure  which will see taxpayers losing billions of kwachas.

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A former Attorney General Ralph Kasambara a senior counsel  in law (SC) as well as Dr Cassim Chilumpha SC – a former Vice President and law lecturer –  have indicated that once the Constitutional Court sitting in Lilongwe nullifies the May 21 2019 presidential elections it will mean that immediate former Vice President Dr Saulos […] The post Law experts Kasambara, Chilumpha say Chilima back as Malawi veep once court nullifies polls appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

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Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi (APAM) has hailed a recent High Court sentencing of four people to death for killing a person with albinism, saying this would deter further killings.

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Officials from the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) says the peace talks aimed at ending the current political impasse have stalled as the quasi-religious body is waiting for President Peter Mutharika’s approval for appointment.

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Civil Servants Trade Unions (CSTU) has told the government to pay up civil servants’ November salaries, saying the delays in paying them is inflicting pain and untold misery to them.

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A two-year-old girl from Baziliyo Village Traditional Authority (TA) Zulu in Mchinji, Elube Kang’ombe needs K250 000 support from well-wishers after being diagnosed with a rare heart condition called Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD).

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Improving the condition of district and satellite courts has been identified as one of the major factors that could improve the quality of justice delivery in the country.

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Minister of Information, Communications Technology and Civic Education, Mark Botomani has said government would continue to ensure that media practitioners work in a conducive environment.

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