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The infamous probe into state capture by British based businessman Zuneth Sattar has placed at the centre Malawi Vice President, Saulos Chilima, as one of the people who benefitted from the loot.

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Kwacha aithyola kholingo, aikang’antha, aichotsa chimbenene, aikong’ontha, aichosa mphamvu. Banki yaikulu ya Reserve yanena lero kuti yachepetsa mphamvu ndalama ya Kwacha ndi ma pelesenti 25.

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…Your MK500 now has the value of MK375 Amid an economic downturn that has seen the shortage of essentials as well as price hikes, the Reserve Bank of Malawi has announced an unprecedented 25% devaluation of the local currency, Kwacha.

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The Ministry of Health says it has received a report from World Health Organization (WHO) about Monkeypox cases in United States of America (USA) and in some countries in Europe and Asia.

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Lilongwe based women’s choir, Chinsapo Sweet Melodies, has left for Tanzania where among other things the choir is scheduled to perform during a Youth Conference in the Tanzanian Capital, Dodoma.

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Police have arrested Gerald Maida aged 20 and Lydia Kadango aged 49 over the murder of Alinafe Bonongwe, a Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) manager in Dedza who was killed in February.

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The revelation in a United Kingdom court about businessperson Zunneth Sattar’s recent visit to Malawi has compelled human rights organisation, Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI), to demand an explanation from Homeland Security Minister Jean Sendeza.

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President Lazarus Chakwera attended the launch of launch of ‘An Accord for Healthier World’, an initiative in which pharmaceutical giant, Pfizer, aims to provide all its patented, high quality medicines and vaccines to low-income countries on a not-for-profit basis.

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Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera’s aides and officials in Vice President Saulos Chilima have been pocketing bribes and other kickbacks from business tycoons, a court in the UK has been told.

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Renowned poet, Tendai M Shaba has expressed commitment to supporting government’s efforts by fighting mental health through his poetry.

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Six Malawian kickboxers have travelled to Zimbabwe to fight with their Zimbabwean courterparts.

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Police in Lilongwe have fired teargas to disperse Members of Concerned Citizens who were marching today to seal the offices of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) in Lilongwe as the protesters continue to demand the removal of ACB Director General Martha Chizuma.

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A non-governmental (NGO) called Days for Girls International says 76% of girls and women in Malawi lack access to underwear and sanitary pads.

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At least three prisoners have escaped from Chichiri Maximum Security Prison in Blantyre after digging a hole inside a cell.

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Relevant authorities have been asked to thoroughly investigate Premier Bet’s recent announcement that a mysterious lady, Mercy Phiri, won a K100 million lotto playing Aviator.

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Balaka District Hospital has registered the first Cholera death since the outbreak started in the district.

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Zuneth Sattar is an innocent man of good character and an international business man, his lawyer argued today at a London magistrate court in UK.

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Minister of Youth and Sports Richard Chimwendo has asked Malawi Police Service to conduct an investigation into the death of hip-hop artist Martin Martse Nkhata who died on May 23 and has been buried today.

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People verbally attacked musician Eli Njuchi when he attended the funeral ceremony of fellow musician Martin Martse Nkhata.

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In an effort to decongest the country’s prisons, the Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services in central region will from next week start repatriating migrants who have served their custodial sentences.

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The family of Martin Martse Nkhata says the rapper and other people managed to flee when fire started in the house they were in during the early hours of May 21 in Mangochi, but Martse went back into the house where he sustained burns which led to his death.

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Medical Aid Society of Malawi (MASM) has increased monthly membership contribution rates by an average of 12 percent.

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Sports are one of the most ordinary activities people engage in. Whether it is football, basketball, or golf, people love competing.

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When choosing online casino games at casino sites, it is recommended that you choose games developed by top software providers.

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