Sunday, 30 April 2017

Capital News (1996)

Representatives of the World Health Organisation-WHO are describing concerted effort between Capital Hill and Non Governmental Organisations as key to the fight against Tuberculosis.

Representatives of the Parliamentary Committee on Health have hinted on the need to raise awareness of family planning among the citizenry.

The fight against the HIV pandemic is expected to be enhanced following the awarding of MK 98.5 million to eleven organisations by the U.S. government.

Cracks are emerging in the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) over the firing of George Chaponda from the cabinet a month ago.

The Justice ministry is dismissing claims by the Malawi Police Service that findings on the murder case of Polytechnic student Robert Chasowa were handed over to the ministry.

The High Court in Lilongwe has ordered the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to conclude within fourteen days, its investigations against one of the suspects arrested in connection to the alleged provision of passports to foreign nationals.

Government officials are pushing blame to each other and refusing to take responsibility in a multi-million Kwacha scandal that has been revealed at the Ministry of Health.

President Peter Mutharika has appointed Aggrey Masi as Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development.

Malawians travelling to Mozambique are being advised to exercise caution and practice safe hygiene following the outbreak of Cholera in that country.

Malawian Airlines has not listed yet on the stock market due to its inability to post profits.

The Anti Corruption Bureau-ACB is defending its move not to effect arrests on officials implicated in the ADMARC maize scandal.

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