Nyasa Times
Court convicts HRDC looters from Msundwe to 3 years jail term
Lilongwe First Grade magistrate’s court has sentenced five men to three years imprisonment with hard labour each for looting goods worth K23 million during the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC)  anti-Jane Ansah protests in October last year. Lilongwe police deputy spokesper...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi remains in political limbo as judgment day looms
As Malawi anxiously awaits the results of a Constitutional Court case that could nullify last year’s presidential election, popular resistance to President Peter Mutharika is growing more strident, precipitating the country’s worst political crisis since the return to democracy i...
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Nyasa Times
Malawi ex-president Muluzi back in court on March 24
The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) returns to High Court  in Blantyre on March 24 with the the case of former president Bakili Muluzi that has stagnated for about 14  years. A panel of nine Supreme Court judges led by Chief Justice Andrew Nyirenda will hear the case in Blantyre, ac...
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Nyasa Times
MEC announces new date for Lilongwe South by-election: Jan 30
The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) will conduct the much awaited  Lilongwe South Constituency by-election on 30 January 2020 according to a  statement issued by the electoral body announcing the resumption of election process in the area. Malawi Congress Party (MCP) candidate...
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Malawi 24
Mzuzu vendors reject HRDC demos
Mzuzu vendors have expressed concern over plans by the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) to conduct nationwide demonstrations on Thursday saying the protests affect their businesses. In an interview, one of the Mzuzu main market vendors Joackim Mseteka said they are tired o...
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Malawi 24
Opposition politician Kabwila released on bail
The Lilongwe Senior Resident Magistrate’s Court has granted bail to politician Jessie Kabwila who was arrested for intimidating Constitutional Court judges. Senior Resident Magistrate Shyreen Chirwa  told Kabwila to pay a cash bond of K20,000, produce two traceable sureties with...
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