Nyasa Times
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Nyasa Times
Malawi govt told living in denial won’t help fight corruption
Malawi  government has been asked not to be in denial of rampant corruption following its reaction to the 2019 Transparency International (TI) Corruption Perception Index (CPI) which measures perceived levels of public sector corruption. The country has dropped by three places, f...
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Malawi 24
Govt will not renew Chitipa miner’s licence
Malawi Government has declared that it will not renew the operating licence for Ilomba Mining Company in Chitipa. Deputy Minister of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining Mwangasula Mwambande disclosed this on Friday during a meeting which the deputy minister  and four cabinet min...
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Nyasa Times
5 cabinet ministers storm Chitipa in fire fighting effort
Five cabinet ministers on Friday stormed Chitipa in an effort to defuse tension following anger over the government failure to develop the northern region district. The meeting with the people mainly centred on the Chitipa/Mbilima road which is in very bad state and has been the...
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The Nation
Apam demands inquiry report on PWAs killings
Association of People with Albinism in Malawi (Apam) has demanded the immediate release of a report from a commission of inquiry set up early 2019 to investigate killings of people with albinism (PWAs).
But Minister of
Information, Civic Education and Communications Technology Ma...
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The Nation
Msundwe saga haunts police
Pressure is mounting on
Malawi Police Service (MPS) to name, shame and prosecute its officers who
allegedly raped women in and around Msundwe area along the Lilongwe-Mchinji
Road in October last year.
Following a news conference addressed by Deputy Inspector General (Administrati...
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