Monday, 27 February 2017
 

Capital News (1949)

The growing number of Mozambican refugees at Luwani Camp in Neno district is worrying the Malawi government forcing it to call for an impromptu meeting with its Mozambican counterparts.

Reports have emerged that Malawians who have been arrested in Tanzania are being subjected to various forms of extreme torture.

A political commentator is describing the move by some politicians to the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) as a deliberate ploy to weaken the opposition.

The management of fruit processor Malawi Mangoes is dismissing reports that its investors are pulling out.

The Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB) has finally broken the silence after an independent exam body offered to administer the Junior Certificate of Education (JCE) exams and Primary School Leaving Certificate of Education (PSLCE) certificates.

Children diagnosed with Tuberculosis in Malawi will continue to be treated with drugs that are meant for adults.

A Malawian Economist is accusing successive governments of deliberately inflicting poverty on the masses for political gains.

President Mutharika took to state television on the night of 21 November in a desperate attempt to simmer down mounting public criticism against the performance of his administration.

Government authorities in Malawi and Mozambique are probing reports that a businessman is behind the fireball that killed scores people on 18 November.

Campaign group, Forum for Youth Development (FOYODE), has expressed worry over lack of citizen participation in different projects being implemented in their respective areas.  

Communities surrounding Kanyika Niobium mines in Mzimba have petitioned the government of Malawi demanding compensation for unsettling their livelihood for five years.

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