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President, Dr Lazarus Chakwera Friday said the increase in prices of the Affordable Inputs is as a result of the global increased prices on most commodities.

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President, Dr Lazarus Chakwera has on Friday assured people of Nsanje district that mobility problems will become a thing of the past with construction of Nsanje – Marka M1 road to be completed by December, 2021.

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The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has announced that the total estimate for eligible voters in 2025 is 10,957,490 voters, the Commission’s Chairperson Justice Dr.

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Burial for the late Christopher Chisoni will take place in Thikera Village in Traditional Authority (T/A) Kaledzera in Phalombe on Sunday, September 26, 2021, according to a funeral programme released by his family on Friday evening.

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United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Country Representative, Young Hong, has called upon young people in Malawi to take advantage of digital media to advance improved and enhanced sexual and reproductive health rights.

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The mood was sombre and the atmosphere so serene but tense and sorrowful, as one of Malawi’s iconic jazz music legend and godfather, Isaac Mkukupa walked his last yard on mother earth for eternity, was laid to a peaceful rest after a tumultuous send off at the Hempshill Northern Cemetery in Bulwell, Nottingham in South […] The post Jazz Maestro Isaac Mkukupa takes his guitars to heaven, leaves behind a ‘very big legacy’ first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

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A private business entity trading as H Adam Wholesalers Neferius  is facing allegations of money laundering,  millions of kwacha in tax avoidance and evasion  which the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) has asked  the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to  institute investigations.

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Students studying postgraduate degrees in Master of Business Administration(MBA) and Master of Science in Management Studies (MMS) at the Malawi Institute of Management (MIM) spared some of their time off their busy schedules to visit Kamunga Village Traditional Authority Njewa’s area in Lilongwe, where they donated a borehole.

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Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera has urged developed nations to consider cancelling debts as a way of helping poor African countries recover from the economic devastation caused by the ills of Covid – 19 pandemic.

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The Minister of Information Gospel Kazako has dismissed rumours that the government is planning to use Covid-19 prevention restrictions to stop Mulhakho wa Alhomwe celebrations.

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The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested two workers from Salima District Hospital and three other former workers from the same institution. A clerk by the name of Ahmed Elias Kazembe and a Human Resource Officer are said to have been collecting money from the former workers of the institution and in turn maintaining them on […] The post ACB nabs workers at Salima hospital first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

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Paralegal Advisory Service Institute (PASI) has quashed fears that the incorporation of paralegals to represent the poor in the lower courts would compromise the legal system.

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Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on Health, Dr. Matthews Ngwale, has warned officials at the Capital Hill against ‘shelving’ recommendations stakeholders made at the three-day 2020/21 Joint Health Sector Annual Review meeting in Lilongwe.

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The government’s decision to award a contract to Motor Vehicle Spares and Accessories (Movesa) as the sole blank number plate importer made in 2010 has taken a new twist as a concerned citizen has written the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to investigate the controversy “as there might be an element of corruption” involved in the process.

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Young people in the Southern Africa Region have called upon governments to support them financially and technically in order to contribute towards resilient and sustainable food systems.

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Mapeto David Whitehead and Sons’ three top executives are facing fresh customs and tax invasion charges and are currently under lock and key in police custody.

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Malawi is among four Least Development Countries (LDCs) earmarked for the disbursement of a US$35 Million (approximately MK27.I billion) funding under the Sustainable Development Fund (Joint SDG Fund).

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Government has advised the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) and other human rights organizations to feel free to engage it in discussion to understand its position on ‘mandatory’ Covid-19 vaccination.

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Many Malawians have taken to social media calling for President Chakwera’s government to institute an investigation into the controversial sale of presidential jet, Dassault Falcon 900EX, which many think was never sold but was clandestinely given to some foreigners who are operating it to off-set a debt we owe to them.

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Malawi’s hands-on-the deck vice President, Saulos Chilima on Wednesday oozed confidence and shades of hope when he assured Malawians that the Chakwera led administration will deliver on its promises and that Covid-19 is no longer an excuse to get things done.

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The Centre for Investigative Journalism-Malawi (CIJM) on Wednesday drilled journalists in investigative journalism skills at Ilala Crest Lodge in the city of Mzuzu.

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The case in which the former Justice Minister and Attorney General Ralph Kasambara, Pika Manondo and Macdonald Kumwembe appealed against their conviction will return to the Supreme Court of Appeal on November 4th, 2021, the Malawi Supreme Court has announced.

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A group of 12 Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have spoken in support of the proposal to amend Section 14 of the Legal Aid Act to allow legal aid assistants also known as paralegals have a limited audience in subordinate courts of law where they can represent clients in minor cases both civil and criminal.

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Police in Ntchisi District have arrested a primary school teacher in connection with the tampering of a grave of a person with albinism on September 9, this year at Chandawira Village in Traditional Authority Vuso Jere in the district Ntchisi Police Spokesperson, Richard Kaponda, identified the accused as Zuzeni Banda, 36, who is a teacher […] The post Teacher arrested in connection with tampering of a person with albinism grave first appeared on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

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