Thursday, 25 May 2017
 

The Malawi Police have disclosed that that are yet to release a report on their findings into a fire that gutted down some offices at Capital Hill in Lilongwe.

The Malawi government is still not coming out clearly on the number of people that accompanied President Peter Mutharika to the African Union (AU) summit.

The recent findings by the Transparency International on corruption perception which rate Malawi poorly, is being described as a wake up call for the country on the fight against corruption.

The opposition in Malawi is demanding the government to ensure that people that are found guilty of plundering public funds repay the money.

The citizenry in Malawi resounding calls for President Mutharika to act on the suspects allegedly involved in the cash gate scandal.

The government of Malawi remains optimistic that in a week’s time the country will receive the first disbursement under the IMF’s Extended Credit Facility.

The government of Malawi remains optimistic that in a week’s time the country will receive the first disbursement under the IMF’s Extended Credit Facility.

The government of Malawi maintains that the decision by Fast jet to suspend its operations in the southern African nation was beyond Capital Hill’s control.

Economic analysts are pressing the government of Malawi to re-arrange the set-up of the national budget envelope.

Despite being well versed of the pressure, tension and challenges that parents and guardians who cannot afford to pay hiked fees will face the minister of education is adamant that the unpopular move is going to aid the development of the sector in Malawi.

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