Monday, 27 February 2017
 

Capital News (1949)

The government is trashing media reports alleging that President Joyce Banda was involved in the looting and plunder of public resources at Capital Hill.

The Chairperson of Public Accounts Committee of Parliament has clarified their role in meeting key individuals in relating to the Capital hill financial scam, saying they are not a court of law.

Published reports are indicating that Malawi President Joyce Banda is allegedly involved in the looting of public funds at Capital Hill.

Illegal fishing was still taking place at places such as Malindi in Mangochi, despite warnings and reminders by the authorities  over the closure of the fishing season.

The European Union has provided about 3 million Euros towards a research project that will help smallholder farmers boost crop production amid the effects of climate change.

A grouping of religious leaders has organised a day of prayers later this month on various challenges facing the country.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is advocating for more sustained funding in the global fight against malaria.

Residents of Mtsiliza area in the capital, Lilongwe are filled with shock and grief following the death of four men, who fell into a deep well.

Hundreds of households that are facing food shortage in Mangochi district will soon start receiving relief items from the Catholic Development Commission in Malawi.

The leadership of the ruling People’s Party has distanced itself from media attack remarks made by its deputy secretary general Irene Chikuni, saying they don’t reflect the party’s policy on media.

Gunshot survivor and Malawi’s anti-graft official Paul Mphwiyo has blamed the massive plundering of tax payers’ money at Capital Hill on poor government systems.

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