Agents of the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) are raiding homes and offices of those implicated in the maize scandal.
Malawi President Peter Mutharika is facing a prospect of public demonstrations if he does not fire his Minister of Agriculture George Chaponda.
President Peter Mutharika is challenging the public that his government will take a different approach in the fight against corruption come the year 2017.
The fate of the Access to Information (ATI) Bill now rests in the hands of President Peter Mutharika.
A political commentator is describing the move by some politicians to the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) as a deliberate ploy to weaken the opposition.
President Mutharika is inspecting roads being upgraded in Zomba City, amid concerns on the costs incurred during such trips.
President Mutharika is dismissing calls for a price restriction to be placed on maize, arguing the move would not work in a liberalized market.
Malawi’s unemployment rate is expected to reduce when students from various community colleges graduate, this according to government officials.
Malawians will continue to benefit from a subsidized price of farm input following the president’s promise to continue with the Farm Input Subsidy Program.