Paramount Chief Lundu Endorses Mutharika’s Runningmate Chimulirenji

By Steve Chirombo Paramount Chief Lundu of Chikwawa district has endorsed Everton Chimulirenji as the only right running mate for President and leader of the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP). He made the remarks on Monday when President Mutharika cheered flood victims at Chikuse Camp around Nchalo area in Chikwawa district. Lundu asked Chimulirenji to stand up so that the people of Chikwawa would know him and later told the gathering that he was the right choice made by…

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Kafukufuku Wasonyeza Kuti a Mutharika Apambana

Kafukufuku amene achita akatswiri odziwa za ndale pa dziko lonse lapansi a Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) wasonyeza kuti Pulezidenti Arthur Peter Mutharika ndi chipani chake cha DPP ndi amene apambane pa chisankho chimene chichitike pa 21 May mdziko muno. Akatswiriwa amene amakhala ku Mangalande koma ali ndi nthambi zawo mmaiko osiyanasiya, anena kuti a Mutharika ndi chipani chao apambana pa chisankhochi kamba kakuti atsogoleri azipani zotsutsa alibe mfundo zimene zingathandize a Malawi. Uku ndikulosera kwa chisanu ndi chitatu kumene…

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Mutharika Apologizes to DPP

By Austin Kakande, MBC Online President Arthur Peter Mutharika on Monday sought forgiveness from his Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) family for picking an outsider for the position of running-mate during the 2014 elections. Mutharika , explaining why he changed his heart this time around, said: “I picked Honorable Chimulirenji out of 17 nominees. I picked someone from within the party because I did not want to repeat the mistake I made in 2014. I erred during the last elections,…

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Mutharika Warns Against Theft of Relief Items

By Steve Chirombo President Arthur Peter Mutharika has warned of tough action against those who will be found involved in stealing relief items meant for disaster victims. The president sounded the warning on Monday when he visited flood victims currently staying at Chikuse Camp around Nchalo in Chikwawa District. The president said he was aware that some ill-minded people were busy stealing and hiding relief items meant for the flood victims, saying severe action would be taken on them….

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MCP, PP Electoral Alliance Useless

By Enock Naphazi, MEC Stringer Peoples Party vice secretary for the south Leornard Mphidza who last year made name after competing with JB at the party’s convention on Monday announced his resignation from the post saying he cannot be associated with MCP which PP has endorsed. Speaking on Monday in an interview with Neno based MEC Stringer Mphidza said he has resigned from the post with effect from Monday 18 March. Mphidza said MCP and PP marriage was made…

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Victims Salute Govt for Support

By Solister Mogha Victims of the disaster caused by torrential rains in Blantyre have hailed government for its quick response to their needs. They made the salute at Lunzu Community Hall where over 2000 families gathered to receive food and other relief items last Saturday as part of response to the disaster that hit the country a week ago. Ellen Adamson of Mtema Village under Traditional Authority Kapeni whose house was destroyed by the rains said in an interview…

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UK Economist Intelligence Unit Report Tips Mutharika to Win

President Peter Mutharika and the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) will win the forth coming  May 21st Tripartite elections, according to London think-tank Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) in its latest Malawi Country Report dated March 2019. This is the 8th successive prediction the global research institution has made since July 2016 — all of them tipping Mutharika and the DPP to win the election. In the latest research report, EIU says Mutharika will secure re-election in May as there…

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Mutharika Reaffirms Commitment to Support Displaced Households

By Arnold Namanja President Peter Mutharika has reaffirmed government’s commitment to ensuring that all people displaced by devastating rains return to their normal life and continue with their routine activities for their livelihood improvement. Mutharika was speaking on Saturday at Mileme Primary School evacuation camp in the area of Traditional Authority Jenala when he visited and cheered households displaced by floods following the continuous rains experienced last week. He said government remains committed to improve people’s living conditions including…

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Furnish the Commission with Vital Information

By Tione Andsen Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs is appealing to various stakeholders in the country to be forthcoming in furnish the Commission of Inquiry with relevant information pertaining to the attacks, abductions and killings of persons with albinism. Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Samuel Tembenu made the appeal Friday during the swearing in ceremony of the two members of the Commission of Inquiry on the attacks and abductions and killings of person with albinism in Lilongwe….

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DPP’s Sanga Urges Mzuzu to Vote for DPP

By Ireen Mseteka Mzuzu City Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) parliamentary aspiring candidate, Kenneth Sanga has urged residents in the city to vote for DPP during the May 21, 2019 tripartite elections to ensure the city’s continued development. Speaking Wednesday in an interview, Sanga said ushered into power he will ensure that each location in the city has its dispensary to reduce congestion at Mzuzu Central Hospital and Mapale Health Centre. “I will make sure that each location has its…

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