Wednesday, 24 May 2017

The Justice ministry is dismissing claims by the Malawi Police Service that findings on the murder case of Polytechnic student Robert Chasowa were handed over to the ministry.

The High Court in Lilongwe has ordered the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to conclude within fourteen days, its investigations against one of the suspects arrested in connection to the alleged provision of passports to foreign nationals.

The public continues to push for the arrest of Former minister of Agriculture George Chaponda over the maize gate scandal.

The opposition is still criticizing the Anti-Corruption Bureau for what they are describing as selective application of justice.

Agents of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) are raiding homes and offices of those implicated in the maize scandal.

Anti-money laundering and anti-fraud specialists are to meet this month to determine how best Malawi can scale up the fight against the malpractice.

Members of the public are describing the tendency by politicians to interfere with government business as a stumbling block to Malawi’s quest towards inclusive development.

Officials of the Central Medical Stores Trust (CMST) have renewed their commitment in the fight against massive fraud and corruption within the drug supply chain system in Malawi.

President Mutharika has emphasized that the reforms being implemented by the government are a means of dealing with the prevailing socio-economic challenges.

The Director for the Office ofPublic Officers’ Declarations (OPOD) is soon expected to appear before a court following his arrest yesterday.

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