Freedom At Last For Malawi Industrious Banker Thom Mpinganjira

Freedom At Last For Malawi Industrious Banker Thom Mpinganjira

The Blantyre Magistrate court on Wednesday granted bail to Thom Mpinganjira who was re-arrested on Tuesday by the Anti Corruption on allegations that he made attempts to bribe judges handling the presidential election case. In his ruling Chief Resident Magistrate Simeon M’deza granted Mpinganjira bail on condition that he pays MK1 million cash bond and […]

APM, MEC To Carry The Day

APM, MEC To Carry The Day

Achimjangu, I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I gave it to you straight last year when I told you that APM would retain the presidency. Koma anthu inu kusamva. And now I have even more awful, depressing news for you: His Excellency Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika is going to win […]

My Prophecy

My Prophecy

I think the best advice that can be given to Malawians is to prepare for more Msundwe-like violence. Mtambo will not be on the scene leading demonstrations anymore. It will be MCP own initiated violence. Easy to contain but very dangerous. Don’t trust Chakwera on his message for peace. He can’t be trusted and those […]

More Needs To Be Done On Financial Inclusion

More Needs To Be Done On Financial Inclusion

BY MORTON SIBALE JANUARY 29, MANA; The Malawi Stock Exchange (MSE) says more needs to be done in financial literacy in order to bridge the knowledge gap among many Malawians with regards to investing in the stock market.   MSE Operations Manager, Kelline Kanyangala said this in an interview when Malawi News Agency sought to […]

Ministry Tells Farmers Not to Panic Over Locusts

Ministry  Tells Farmers Not to Panic Over Locusts

BY LAMECK KWALIMBA JANUARY 29, MANA: The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development has advised farmers not to panic with the locusts that have invaded neighbouring Tanzania. The assurance comes following fears that farmers across Malawi have that the locusts may migrate into Malawi from Tanzania. The locusts that have hit the Horn of […]

Chikwawa Advocacy Group Gets 23 Bicycles

Chikwawa Advocacy Group Gets 23 Bicycles

BY STEVE CHIROMBO JANUARY 29, MANA: Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) in the Diocese of Chikwawa in conjunction with the Centre for Social Concern (CfSC) on Wednesday donated 23 bicycles valued at K2.3 million to Advocacy group members under Traditional Authority (TA) Maseya in Chikwawa. CfSC’s Project Officer, Kondwani Hara said the donation […]

Zambia Beat She-Flames in Friendly Match

Zambia Beat She-Flames in Friendly Match

Malawi Under 20 National Women’s team on Tuesday afternoon narrowly lost 1-0 to Zambia in a friendly match at Sunset Stadium in Lusaka. The hosts scored the match’s lone goal in the 72nd minute through Salome Phiri who capitalized on a communication breakdown in Malawi’s defence. Zambia and Malawi used the match to prepare for […]

Govt to Feed Over 14,000 Households in Blantyre

Govt to Feed Over 14,000 Households in Blantyre

BY SOLISTER MOGHA JANUARY 29, MANA: About 14,134 hunger stricken households in Blantyre will from February start receiving maize as part of the Malawi Vulnerable Assessment Committee (MVAC) humanitarian response programme. In an interview on Tuesday to Malawi News Agency (Mana), Blantyre District Disaster Risk Management Officer, Walusungu Mwafulirwa said government has endorsed distribution of […]

Mulanje Woman Burns Son’s Lips, Neck for Stealing Relish

Mulanje Woman Burns Son’s Lips, Neck for Stealing Relish

Police in Mulanje have arrested a 37 year-old-woman for allegedly scorching her five year old son for stealing Mlamba Fish that she prepared for a meal. Mulanje Police Deputy Public Relations Officer, Blessings Gama told Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Tuesday that last week Loveness Fabiano cooked the said relish and left for an unknown […]