Thursday, 23 March 2017
 

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

A police officer in Malawi's central region district of Ntcheu is in police custody after an attempted robbery foiled at Ntonda trading centre.

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

Malawians are reacting with distaste to the continued circulation and sharing of obscene pictures via social media.

Lawyers for Rwandan genocide convict Vincent Murekezi are considering an appeal over a five year jail sentence meted out on their client on corruption charges.

People’s Party symphathisers, on Monday, converged at Lilongwe police station demanding the immediate release of the party’s interim leader Uladi Mussa.

Players in the financial sector believe maximizing agricultural production for regional markets could boost the country’s economy.

The country’s adoption laws are being reviewed to strengthen the process of adopting children.

Civil society leaders are optimistic that government will act on the challenges facing the country after staging their protests.

The Parliamentary Legal Affairs Committee is threatening to summon the Director of the Anti Corruption Bureau if they see no progress on the ADMARC maize scandal issue.

There are startling revelations that Ministry of Health officials who were implicated in the plunder of over MK 900 Million earmarked for an HIV and AIDS Project are taking out early retirement.

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