Thursday, 23 March 2017
 

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The leadership of the Peoples Party-PP is dismissing online reports indicating that former President Joyce Banda is set to return home on February 18.

Philanthropists are describing education for the underprivileged as the only sure way to reducing poverty in the country.

The Malawi government is still not coming out clearly on the number of people that accompanied President Peter Mutharika to the African Union (AU) summit.

There are fears that the divisions rocking the joint committee of parliament investigating the alleged ADMARC Maize scandal could affect the credibility of its findings.

Representatives of the American Embassy in Lilongwe are dismissing reports indicating that Malawians citizens will no longer require visas for temporary travel to the US.

Statistics from the Malawi  Police Service show a 13% increase in 2016 as compared to the previous year.

The recent findings by the Transparency International on corruption perception which rate Malawi poorly, is being described as a wake up call for the country on the fight against corruption.

The man is the center of the controversial ADMARC maize scandal has failed to appear before the Joint Parliamentary Committee investigating the matter.

The final document of the National Resilience Plan (NRP) is expected to be out by the end of the first quarter of 2017.

Farm Input Subsidy Programme (FISP) beneficiaries in Mzimba have expressed mixed views over the changes made in the implementation of the programme.

The Centre for Social Concern - CfSC is pressing the government to reduce the maize price.

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