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Judge orders interparte hearing on Mpinganjira midnight  release
A High Court judge has ordered that interparte hearing, hearing for both parties in the case, on the midnight cancellation of business tycoon Thomson Mpinganjira’s warrant of arrest cancellation be heard Monday afternoon. Judge Dorothy Nyakaunda Kamanga has ordered the hearing be...
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Malawi should adopt rotational presidency system — Church
Fed up with playing second fiddle in the Malawi political leadership space, the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia has says it is putting forward a proposal for the adoption of a rotational presidency in the country. In the 56-years since Malawi’s independence in 1964, no person from the...
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350 members dump MCP, join DPP
Three hundred and fifty people in Chikwawa have dumped the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and have joined the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP). The new DPP members were welcomed during a development rally which the vice president, Everton Chimulirenji, held at Nsenjere prim...
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Mutharika arrives today with a song of peace
President Peter Mutharika, who left the country for   London, United Kingdom (UK) a week ago to attend the UK–Africa Investment Summit, returns home Sunday afternoon via Kamuzu International Airport in Lilongwe  after he ended his tour  by  stressing on the need for Malawians to...
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