Monday, 24 April 2017
 

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Regional qualifiers for next year's African Nations Championship (CHAN) - which will be staged in Kenya - kicked off on Saturday with first leg wins for South Sudan, Mauritius and Madagascar.

President Peter Mutharika has appointed a new governor for the Reserve Bank of Malawi after Charles Chuka’s term of office has come to an end.

The police are emphasizing that they have not yet come across information revealing the person who authored a resignation letter, purportedly from the country’s Vice President.

As Malawi continues to face challenges in various fields, it has been revealed the central medical Stores is under immense pressure from its local drug manufacturers and suppliers with millions of dollars yet to be paid.

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.

About ten employees from the aviation sector are under arrest following the large amounts of Ivory from Malawi that has been impounded abroad.

Legal eagles are weighing in their views on the appeal by the defense team for Rwandan national Vincent Murekezi, to let the extradition treaty be domesticated before applying it in Malawi.

Commentators believe Malawians should not disregard the attacks on some members of the civil society, which in their view could be politically motivated.

The Auditor General will at the end of this month issue a report regarding the outcome of an audit carried out in Malawi Missions abroad.

A total of over 7 million children in Malawi are expected to get Measles-Rubella supplementary immunisation.

The infamous midnight six appears to be disintegrating, following the firing of Patricia Kaliati from cabinet.

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