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President Lazarus Chakwera says his administration has already put in place measures to increase incomes of Malawians and any person saying Government has done nothing to help people deal with rising cost of living is not being honest.

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President of the Unites States of America, Joe Biden, has asked President Lazarus Chakwera to attend the Democracy Summit next month.

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Protesters have given President Lazarus Chakwera 14 days to answer grievances presented in a petition today following demonstrations led by politician Bon Kalindo.

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The Constitutional Court has thrown out the Democratic Progressive Party’s application for the nullification of the 2020 Fresh Presidential Elections, describing it as an abuse of the court process and an attempt by the DPP to benefit from its own illegality.

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Malawi Police today fired teargas in Lilongwe to stop anti-government protests aimed at demonstrating against the rising cost of living in Malawi.

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A person who travelled from Malawi to Israel has tested positive for the Covid-19 variant first discovered in South Africa.

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The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) has urged employees in the country to be aware of their rights under the Pensions Act and ensure that they have been put on the National Pension Scheme by their respective employers.

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Minister of Education Agnes says the challenge of shortage of laboratories affects over 700 Community Secondary Schools across the country.

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The High Court sitting as a Constitutional Court will deliver its ruling today on whether the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) elections case should be dismissed or not.

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Malawian artist Dev Mak has collaborated with South African Amapiano duo Mappara A Jazz on a new amapiano tune titled Pics.

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Politician Bon Kalindo, who will lead anti-government protests in Lilongwe tomorrow, has called on young Malawians to stand up against worsening economic situation He was speaking when briefing journalists in Lilongwe today ahead of the demonstrations.

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Police in Mangochi District have arrested an ex-convict, Eric Abasi aged 25, for raping two sisters aged 9 and 10.

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Lilongwe City Council (LCC) earlier today closed Malawi Congress Party (MCP) headquarters over unpaid city rates earlier but the Malawi ruling party offices have been reopened after the city’s Mayor intervened.

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Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, an alleged fugitive who is fighting extradition to South Africa to face fraud and money laundering charges, is reportedly ready to return to the Rainbow nation if his safety is guaranteed.

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Prince of the ex-colonial British empire, Prince William, reiterated his racist remarks that Africa’s population is destroying the continent’s wildlife.

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The Dowa First Grade Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday ordered a 23-year-old man to pay K30,000 fine for being found in possession of Indian Hemp without a permit.

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Four members of the same family have died while two others have been injured after being struck by lightning in Dedza.

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The High Court in Lilongwe has ruled that politician Bon Kalindo and concerned Malawian citizens can proceed to hold anti-government protests in Lilongwe tomorrow.

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Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) spokesperson on Finance Joseph Mwanamvekha says the DPP administration wanted to introduce 5000 Malawi Kwacha banknote but dropped the plan after realising that it was not good for Malawians.

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The second Ipatse Moto Flames and Win’ initiative raffle draw held on Wednesday morning saw ten more people winning Flames replica Jerseys.

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Malawi and Mozambique have signed a memorandum of understanding on mining to deepen the two countries’ cooperation in the sector.

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Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) spokesperson on Finance Joseph Mwanamvekha who is also Member of Parliament for Chiradzulu South and a former Finance Minister says the introduction of K5000 Malawi Kwacha banknote has a potential of fueling inflation as well as money laundering in the country   Mwanamvekha was speaking this yesterday in Parliament when he was […] The post Mwanamvekha says 5000 Malawi Kwacha banknote will fuel inflation and money laundering appeared first on Malawi 24.

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National Repentance Malawi has announced plans to lead nationwide prayers aimed at seeking God’s interventions over the current economic hardships in the country.

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The Bodybuilding Association of Malawi has asked the Malawi Government to consider supporting bodybuilding in the country.

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