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Zomba Magistrate Chitsakamile Referred for Disciplinary Action

High court judge, Dorothy Nyakaunda Kamanga, has referred Zomba Magistrate Benedicto Chitsakamile to the Judicial Service Commission for disciplinary action within seven days. Magistrate Chitsakamile cancelled a midnight warrant of arrest issued by a fellow Magistrate for presidential election case bribe suspect, Dr. Thomson Mpinganjira to be released without being …

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Muslim Women Have Role Models

Gone are the days when Muslim women were underestimated in all spheres of life. Muslim women have so far made tremendous progress in various fields such as academia, politics and science. It is awesome to register such milestones because Muslim girls have role models now. In the past, it was …

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Toddler Drowns in Septic Tank in Nkhotakota

A 2-year-old girl has died after drowning in uncompleted septic tank at Favoured Kids Nusery School in Nkhotakota district. The deceased who until her death was a pupil at the school has been identified as Akonda Kamowa. Nkhotakota police station deputy public relations officer Paul Malimwe said on Thursday, January …

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Political stability vital for investment – Mutharika

President Peter Mutharika says the current political instability in the country threatens potential investors and has called on people triggering the situation to stop. The country has been rocked in post electoral demonstrations in protest of the May, 2019 presidential election results in which Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) declared Mutharika …

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Muslim Students to Plant Trees

Muslim students under their umbrella body called National Muslim Students Association (NAMSA) vow to plant trees on 1st February ,2020 in Lilongwe. NAMSA Vice Secretary Tanweera Chikwatu confirmed the development to Malawi Muslim Website. “We have a tree planting activity scheduled for 1st February 2020 at Chisiyo primary school (along …

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Malawi ,UK Agree to Boost Trade and Investment

President Peter Mutharika says Malawi and United Kingdom (UK) have agreed to continue boosting trade and investment between the two countries. President Peter Mutharika said the remarks after meeting UK Minister of Investment and International Trade Graham Stuart at the UK-Africa Investment Summit in London. “On Monday, January 20, I …

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