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Malawi Law Society (MLS) has been asked to step up efforts to build a disciplined and worthy legal profession. Judge president of the High Court of Malawi Commercial Division Justice John Katsala made the remarks on Friday at the start of MLS two-day non-elective annual general meeting (AGM) and conference in Mangochi held under the theme […] The post Malawi Law Society asked to reinforce disciplinary mechanisms appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - News from Malawi about Malawi.

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Parliament has confirmed the appointment of Duncan Mwapasa as the country’s Inspector General (IG) of Police amid a dressing down and vote of no confidence from the opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP).

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A high profile case in which former Lilongwe city mayor Desmond Bikoko failed to take place on Thursday because the presiding magistrate is out on leave.

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The seventh Cohort of Commissioners for the Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC) on Friday finally took oath of office after months of legal challenges and wrangling.

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President Peter Mutharika has asked Malawians to change their mindset from focusing on poverty eradication and focus more on inclusive wealth-creation and self-reliance.

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The Mid-Year Budget Review meeting of Parliament came to an end on Friday, February 28 2020, with government strongly condemning Members of Parliament (MPS) for “unprofessional and unethical conduct”.

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Ministers and Members of  Parliament  are bracing themselves for a Cabinet reshuffle as speculation over the size and timing of it reached fever pitch the corridors of power.

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Here is an unedited transcript of President Peter Mutharika on 26 February 2020 at Bingu International Centre at the launch of Vision 2063  formulation consulattion conference, as provided by the State House.

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The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) led government  is poised to declare a police officer killed at Msundwe in Lilongwe during demonstrations last October a National Martyr, Nyasa Times  has learnt.

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Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Kondwani Nankhumwa has said government through the Agriculture Extension Services department would embark in a civic education campaign to sensitise the masses the difference between the legalised industrial hemp and the illegal Indian Hemp for recreation commonly known among Malawians as Chamba.

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Parliament on Thursday authorised government to use a revised budget for the second half of the financial year which has been increased by K100 billion  from the approved K1.7 trillion to K1.8 trillion.

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Great leaders inspire and make decisions that leave the citizenry scratching their heads in disbelief. The sixth president of the United States, John Quincy Adams opined and I quote: “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.

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Malawi’s legislators have passed a bill to legalize cannabis, the plant that produces hemp and marijuana for medical use, as the country looks to reduce its reliance on tobacco.

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Malawi Congress Party (MCP)  spokesperson on Finance in Parliament Cornelius Mwalwanda has accused the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration of  making  “many empty promises” on new road projects, particularly in the Northern and Central Region.

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Members of Parliament have requested government through the Ministry of Disaster and Relief Management for urgent responses to needs of food and other relief services during natural disasters.

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Malawi Parliament on Wednesday moved in swiftly seeking stiffer punishment for road traffic offenders. This was after a report was presented in the House on the increase of road traffic offences in the country.

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The Agriculture Development and Marketing Corporation (Admarc)  officials say some communities in central region are preventing officials from the state run produce company from moving excess maize to food shortage hit districts in the southern region.

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President Peter Mutharika will on Friday preside together with Speaker of Parliament Ctaherine Gotani Hara and Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda – as heads of three arms of government –  the launch of  nationalwide consultations for  the  development of the Vision 2020 successor document in Lilongwe.

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Malawi Police in central region district of Ntchisi have arrested two men for being found in possession of a placenta – an organ attached to the lining of a woman’s womb during pregnancy.

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President Peter Mutharika has told  Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) supporters in Lilongwe that the party’s torchbearer will win with a landslide if the Supreme Court of Appeal does not reverse the Constitution Court judgement for fresh presidential elections which Parliament has set to take place on May 19 2020.

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Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has asked the government to prioritise ending preventable deaths of Malawians and prioritise access to healthcare for mothers, new-born babies and children, noting that there is appalling state of hospitals in the country, at all levels as well as lack of medicine.

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State vice-president Saulos Chilima has  asked President Peter Mutharika to fire the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) commissioners and hold them accountable for the messy May 21 2019 presidential election which was marred with massive irregularities and anomalies.

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The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) members on Wedesday hit the streets of the capital city Lilongwe peacefully  in a new wave of protests against the February 3 landmark Constitutional Court election case ruling which annulled the May 21 presidential election.

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The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) members on Wedesday hit the streets of the capital city Lilongwe peacefully  in a new wave of protests against the February 3 landmark Constitutional Court election case ruling which annulled the May 21 presidential election.

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Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has accepted a request by Balaka-based musician and politician Lucius Banda to have cheap maize sold in the district.

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