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MANEPO trains girls and women in Zomba on sexual reproductive health

September 29th, 2022 Malawi

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“Climate funding critical for LDCs”-Chakwera

Posted on: September 21st, 2022 Maravi Post

NEW YORK-(MaraviPost)-Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera says developed countries need to mobilise more funding to help Least Developed Countries (LDCs) mitigate the negative impacts of climate change. President Chakwera, who is the LDCs chairperson, was speaking at the Green Climate Fund event in New York, the USA on Monday, September 19, 2022. He said although strides […]

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Chamba boy gets reduced sentence to 3 from 8

Posted on: September 2nd, 2022 Nyasa Times

Some Malawians have taken up on social media platforms to express concern over the The High Court ruling in Blantyre which reduced the custodial sentence of chamba boy, John Mussa’s eight-year sentence to three years instead of releasing him. His mother wept uncontrollably after the verdict, and was restrained by court marshals when she was […]

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Clergy bashes opposition for campaigning for 2025 elections instead of dealing with challenges

Posted on: August 7th, 2022 Nyasa Times

Secretary General of the Livingstonia Synod of the CCAP  William Tembo has taken a swipe at the opposition for jostling for 2025 elections. Tembo said it was sad that the country was already in a campaign mood ahead of the 2025 elections. “This is distracting the government from dealing with the problems rocking the country,” […]

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Britons In Tit For Tat In Malawi

Posted on: August 12th, 2022 Malawi Freedom network

Never rains but pours in Malawi the warm heart of Africa As the britons were hiding at ACB in the name of fighting corruption secretly moved to Parliament bankrolling Parliamentarians to pass bills that will bite President Lazarus Chakwera, the britons again funding some CSO to organize demonstrations to force President Chakwera to reduce presidential […]

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IRI, CEGOL challenge Malawian youths on civic, political engagement

Posted on: September 12th, 2022 Nyasa Times

The International Republican Institute’s (IRI) Generation Democracy Network in partnership with Center for Governance and Leadership (CEGOL) says it is imperative that youths in Malawi, and across the world, should be proactive in their democracies by providing innovative ideas around the areas of civic and political engagement. The two institutions, through an Action Lab conference […]

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FISD fail to honour budget in volleyball tourney

Posted on: August 17th, 2022 Nyasa Times

Champions of the 2022 FISD International Volleyball Tournament went away with medals and half a million Kwacha in both men’s and ladies’ categories as opposed to 2 million Kwacha as earlier indicated by the tournament organisers. Wolves from Lilongwe beat defending champions, Mbeya Best VI, from Tanzania by 3 sets to 2 in the finals […]

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Chimwendo Deffend Tonse Alliance, Nankhumwa Accuse Tonse Alliance As Parliament Closes Today

Posted on: August 12th, 2022 Malawi Freedom network

As the current sitting of Parliament closes today, Leader of the House Richard Chimwendo Banda has defended the Tonse Alliance administration, accusing the opposition of failing to appreciate developments which the government is implementing. His defence comes minutes after Leader of Opposition Kondwani, had criticised the government for failure to implement policies that promote social-economic […]

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In 2 years, Chakwera has done more than predecessors, says Chimwendo Banda

Posted on: August 13th, 2022 Nyasa Times

Leader of the House Richard Chimwendo Banda says President Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera has done more road development projects across the country than his predecessors, just two years after ascending to the presidency. Chimwendo Banda, who is also Minister of Sports and Youth was speaking in parliament during the closing of the seating of House. He […]

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THE NEVER-ENDING WAR FOR LAKE MALAWI’S BEACH VIEW

Posted on: June 24th, 2022 Platform of Investigative Journalism

In 2002, a white man, as the villagers put it, arrived in Chembe village to ask for land to build a lodge. One family agreed to rent out a piece of land to the whiteman. Within five years, the whiteman stopped paying rent and said the land was his. And a bitter wrangle, in and out of court, has ensued since.

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On Chilima’s K311 million medical bill…

Posted on: September 20th, 2022 Malawi 24

I am not so much concerned with the nature of the document, that it is a leaked copy, no. I am more concerned with the substance therein. We’ll later talk about the professionalism of Colleen Zamba, Secretary to the Office of the Malawi President and Cabinet. I am of the view that if the law […]

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OUT OF MALAWI: OBSCURE MALAWI REGISTERED AIRLINE LINKED TO MURDEROUS IRISH GANG 

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