The Nation
PAC to restrategise on electoral reforms
Public Affairs Committee (PAC) says it will re-strategise to
have the Electoral Reforms Bill, which was shot in Parliament last year,
re-tabled for passing.
PAC executive secretary Robert Phiri was reacting to a call
by British High Commissioner Holly Tett for political leaders t...
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The Nation
Synod, CSOs in anti-quota demos
Organisers of demonstrations against
equity-based university-selection system have said they will hold protests in
the North on Thursday and Friday to force government to abolish the system.
Coordinator of the movement Charles Kajoloweka, who is also executive director of Youth a...
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Nyasa Times
UTM 4th witness admits no prescribed form for tally sheets
UTM Party national deputy director of elections, Bright Kawaka, is in thewitness box as the fourth witness for  immediate past vice president Saulos Chilima, the first petitioner in the historic elections petitions case. Kawaka, atrained mechanical engineer, told the court during...
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Nyasa Times
HRDC says fresh demos looming for ‘Ansah must fall’
Human Rights Defenders Coalitions (HRDC) says it is going to announce dates for fresh mega demonstrations pushing for the resignation of Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) chairperson Jane Ansah. HRDC national chairperson Timothy Mtambo said the civil society organisations (CSOs)...
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The Nation
SKC witness re-examined
Darlington Ndasauka, a witness for the immediate-past
vice-president SaulosChilima, takes to the witness stand this morning for
re-examination after days of cross-examination in the historic elections case.
Frank Mbeta, one of the lawyers representing first respondent President P...
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Nyasa Times
MEC official faces perjury probe over electoral materials lie
Judges hearing the landmark and politically charged presidential poll case at the Constitutional Court in Lilongwe have sanctioned the investigation of a Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) official for perjury for allegedly lying that he deposited ballot papers used during the 201...
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