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‘New MRA boss appointed to stop destruction of evidence’
President Lazarus Chakwera has admitted that he does not have power to appoint the Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) boss but has said he has done so to stop the destruction of evidence at the tax collection body. The Malawi leader was speaking today in Lilongwe during the swearing...
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Nyekhwe! DPP councillor Jomo re-arrested
Malawi Police Service have rearrested opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Bangwe Mthandizi Ward councillor Isaac Jomo Osman. Osman, popularly known as Ntopwa I, was arrested  on Friday and transferred to Lilongwe on accusations that he assaulted UTM Party members and fo...
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Coronavirus: Malawi records four new deaths
Malawi has recorded 44 new Coronavirus cases and four new deaths, and now the total number of deaths has jumped to 29. Co-chairperson of the Taskforce on Coronavirus said on Thursday that two of the victims are from Blantyre while the other two are from Lilongwe. Out of the 44 ne...
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You have five months to produce results – Chakwera tells ministers
President Lazarus Chakwera has told newly appointed ministers and their deputies in his transitional cabinet that they should produce results or risk being replaced. The Malawi leader made the remarks this afternoon in Lilongwe during the swearing in of the cabinet ministers. In...
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Malawi paid K110m for ‘Statue of Liberty’ in Lilongwe
Malawi paid K110 million for a replica of the Statue of Liberty constructed in the capital, Lilongwe. The statue was built during administration of former President Peter Mutharika. According to seasoned journalist cum whistleblower Idriss Ali Nassah, the statue cost K110 million...
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HRDC to meet President Laz over Malawi cabinet criticism
The Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) says it will be meeting President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera to discuss issues bordering on the cabinet list released Wednesday night. HRDC chairperson Gift Trapence has told journalists in Lilongwe that they have received concerns from Malaw...
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