Nyasa Times
Ex-minister Chiyembekeza joins MCP after dumping DPP
Former Minister of Agriculture Dr. Allan Chiyembekeza has dumped the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP). He has since joined the ruling Malawi Congress Party (MCP). Chiyembekeza made the announcement at a press conference held at MCP headquarters in Lilongwe Tuesday. He said his...
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Malawi Govt to make wearing masks mandatory
The Lazarus Chakwera administration is working on regulations that will make wearing masks mandatory and punish those in violation. President Chakwera said on Saturday that the regulations will enforce the Coronavirus prevention rules which include maintaining social distance, wa...
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Muhara implicated in K57bn Escom gensets deal with Aggreko: ACB probes
Former chief secretary to government Lloyd Muhara, a judge at the High Court,  has beem implicated to have been the the kingpin of the procurement of the multi-billion kwacha generators contract at the Electricity Supply Corporation of Malawi (Escom) which were awarded to Aggreko...
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Malawi registers 101 new recoveries
Malawi on Monday registered 42 new COVID-19 cases, 101 new recoveries and no new deaths. Co-chairperson of the Presidential Taskforce Dr John Phuka said out of the new cases, 22 are locally transmitted infections and 20 are imported infections. Eleven of the locally transmitted i...
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Shonga, partner denied bail
A court in Lilongwe has denied bail to Socialite Dorothy Shonga and her business partner Collins Magalasi who is also the Chief Eexecutive Officer of Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA). The two together with MERA spokesperson Patrick Maulidi are answering charges of fraud,...
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Nyasa Times
Bullets former goalkeeper Trust Lunda dies
Nyasa Big Bullets former shot-stopper, Trust Lunda whose leg was amputated at Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe after being diagnosed with cancer died Monday morning. Lunda, who played for Bullets in the early 2000, had a stint with Dwasco FC  (now Dwangwa United )before switch...
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