Nyasa Times
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The Nation
When police take sides
Protests
against elections chief, Justice Jane Ansah, have exposed a new low in the ties
between citizens and the police.
During
the post-election marches convened to force the Malawi Electoral Commission
(MEC) chairperson to resign, the law enforcers have been attacked by the pe...
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The Nation
Barking while kept on a short leash?
Folks, APM’s pledge to build stadiums for Big Bullets and Mighty Wanderers
wasn’t for the love of football. The President hasn’t shown a sweet tooth for
outdoor games, let alone football.
The
naked truth is that it was a calculated campaign promise meant to win the
hearts of the...
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The Nation
PAC interviews acting IG
 The Public Appointments Committee (PAC) of Parliament has
interviewed a presidential appointee for the office of Inspector General of
Police before confirmation is tabled in the National Assembly later this month.
Acting Inspector General of Police Duncan
Mwapasa was on Friday s...
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The Nation
APM the lone wolf
 Whether out of austerity or
change of focus, President Peter Mutharika has missed 90 percent of Sadc and AU
Heads of State and Government summits compared with his predecessors.
While experts fear Malawi could be losing out as it isolates
itself on the diplomatic front regionall...
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Malawi 24
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Malawi 24
Mutharika should not resign – JB
Former President Joyce Banda says President Peter Mutharika should remain in power to take a.
The post Mutharika should not resign – JB appeared first on Malawi 24.
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