Thursday, 23 March 2017
 

Capital News (1972)

A man hunt is continuing by the Police for a 38 year old man suspected to have hacked his wife and 9 month old baby to death in Ntcheu.

The Consumers Association of Malawi (CAMA) is urging people to keep an eye out for expired goods over the Christmas period.

There is high congestion in banking halls and ATM’s across the Malawi’s major cities, with people withdrawing cash in anticipation for the festive celebrations.

Members of the public are putting pressure on political parties to quickly unveil their Manifestos so that they can make informed choices ahead of the general elections next year.

Companies and entrepreneurs will continue to pay more when importing goods and services, as an analysis by one of the players in the financial sector shows the Malawi Kwacha is losing ground against major currencies.

Opposition political leaders are piling pressure on the electoral authorities to review the voters roll earlier than March next year.

Malawi has lost over K100 billion for the past five years to tax holidays given to foreign direct investors according to a latest survey.

The police in Blantyre are hunting for Eric Patrick Mabedi who is suspected to have murdered his 35 year old wife.

Malawi President Joyce Banda has been appointed as Champion and Patron of the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital Trust.

The Malawi government has affirmed its commitment to working with all stakeholders in sensitizing people on digital broadcasting so that they are ready to adopt and embrace it.

Strong winds have swept through Senior Chief Chikowi’s area in Zomba, affecting 21 villages with 200 houses damaged and 19 people injured.

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