Daily Archives: August 3, 2016

Malawi President Mutharika faces nationwide protests Thursday: University fees must fall

It never rain but pours for Peter Mutharika led-government amid the controversial University of Malawi (UNIMA) fee hike as 10 civil society organisations have organized nationwide protests as a desperate attempt to force President Peter Mutharika as UNIMA Chancellor to veto decisions that have culminated into the current stalemate. Kajoloweka: We will take to the streets students-ask-for-mutharikas-intervention-in-fees-hike The… Read More »

Ntata on Kasambara’s trial: The untold story

The guilty verdict handed out by the high court to flamboyant lawyer and former Attorney General Ralph Kasambara, SC is not simply a matter of the law taking its course. Kasambara (right) and Mphwiyo It is so much more than that. In the excitement that gripped the nation on the day of the verdict-the verdict was broadcast on… Read More »

ACB awaits more files on Malawi grand corruption

Officials from graft busting body, the Anti Corruption Bureau  (ACB) say they are awaiting more files from the Auditor General before they start prosecution of the  so called K577 billion cashgate case. ACB Czar Lucas Kondowe: Waiting for more files ACB director Kondowe said the remaining files include those that have the names of the seven cabinet ministers… Read More »

3 Malawi police officers in the cooler for ivory possession

Three police officers are being held at Lilongwe police for being found with 30 pieces of ivory. Nyaude: They have been charged Police deputy spokesperson at police headquarters in Lilongwe, Tomeck Nyaude confirmed the arrest of Reubin Kaunda, Nelson Mpinganjira and another police officer after they were found with the ivory. “Police officers are trained to fight crime… Read More »