Monday, 24 April 2017

Malawi’s government is claiming it has the details and names of people behind the resignation letter alleged to have been written by Vice President Saulos Chilima.

Pressure is mounting for the president to intervene in issues leading to the closure of public higher education institutions.

A legal commentator is encouraging the citizenry to use the channels that were put in place by the constitution in demanding better services from the government.

The public is reacting angrily to findings released by the auditor general indicating that over two billion kwacha was abused at the health ministry.

Some of the relief aid agencies working in Malawi believe the government can help reduce the growing dependency syndrome among the population by scaling up income generating initiatives especially in rural areas.

Finance Minister Maxwell Mkwezalamba has defended the zero aid national budget, saying the country has the capability to pull it off.

Despite the current economic challenges, some cabinet ministers are still using Mercedes Benz vehicles along with the newly purchased state of the art Toyota Prados.

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