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  • Kamuzu Day may be revived by Zainah Liwanda, 19 May 2006 - 06:31:03 Government is planning to revive the Kamuzu Day, which used to be commemorated on the 14th of May with a public holiday to celebrate the birth of the country's first President, Dr Hastings Kamuzu Banda. Information Minister Patricia Kaliati said on Monday that the Ministry of Local Government was given the...
    Christine Chumbler May 19, 2006
  • Kasambara fired by Mabvuto Banda, 18 May 2006 - 06:28:15 President Bingu wa Mutharika has fired Attorney-General (AG) Ralph Kasambara. A statement from the Office of President and Cabinet (OPC) signed by Chief Secretary Bright Msaka Wednesday said duties of the Attorney-General will now be performed by Solicitor-General Steve Matenje. "In the meantime, and pending the appointment...
    Christine Chumbler May 18, 2006
  • Court allows Lucius to go to hospital by Emmanuel Muwamba, 17 May 2006 - 07:34:59 The Zomba Magistrate Court temporarily varied Balaka North MP Lucius Banda's bail conditions and allowed him to go to South Africa for medical attention. The MP is answering a forgery charge for presenting a fake Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) to the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC...
    Christine Chumbler May 17, 2006
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  • Chilumpha out on bail, confined to Mudi by Olivia Kumwenda, 16 May 2006 - 08:49:43 The High Court in Blantyre on Monday granted bail to Vice-President Cassim Chilumpha and his alleged accomplices Rashid Nembo and Yusuf Matumula who were arrested two weeks ago on treason charges. The State earlier objected to the bail application, saying there is a possibility that the three would...
    Christine Chumbler May 16, 2006
  • Malawi's vice-president under house arrest Blantyre, Malawi 15 May 2006 01:36 A Malawian court on Monday put Vice-President Cassim Chilumpha under house arrest for allegedly plotting to kill President Bingu wa Mutharika by hiring South African hitmen. "I have no option but to tilt the scales of justice in favour of granting bail to the three accused persons subject to stiff...
    Christine Chumbler May 15, 2006
  • Mausoleum to Banda stirs mixed feelings Felix Mponda | Blantyre, Malawi 11 May 2006 10:48 A mausoleum to Malawi's founding president and one of Africa's most repressive leaders, Kamuzu Banda, will be inaugurated on Sunday, stirring mixed emotions over the dictator's legacy in the impoverished Southern African nation. President Bingu wa Mutharika will open the two-storey $600 000...
    Christine Chumbler May 11, 2006
  • Chilumpha case shifts to Blantyre by Zainah Liwanda, 10 May 2006 - 05:01:51 The High Court in Lilongwe on Tuesday ruled that the treason case involving Vice-President Cassim Chilumpha should be heard in Blantyre because that is where the crime was allegedly committed. Judge Ivy Kamanga made the ruling following an application from Chilumpha's lawyer Fahad Assani that the case be...
    Christine Chumbler May 10, 2006
  • Malawi: Cities Without Slums to Change the Face of Malawi The Chronicle Newspaper (Lilongwe) May 8, 2006 Posted to the web May 8, 2006 Charles Chisi Lilongwe Welcome to Mgona Township, a slum perched at a distance of about 12 kilometres North of the capital, Lilongwe. It is a rainy Monday morning, January 9, 2006. Jimmy Khaiya and his family of six have been awake since 3 am, the...
    Christine Chumbler May 9, 2006
  • Ten released in Malawi over treason plot Blantyre, Malawi 08 May 2006 01:56 Ten opposition leaders and businessmen detained last week in Malawi in connection with an alleged plot to assassinate President Bingu wa Mutharika have been released due to lack of evidence, police said on Monday. "Police have not found sufficient evidence to prosecute them, but those truly connected to the...
    Christine Chumbler May 8, 2006
  • People affected by HIV, Aids least heard*study by Nation Reporter, 05 May 2006 - 06:37:05 HIV and Aids in Southern Africa is under-reported, the voices of those most affected are least heard, and the gender dimensions of the pandemic are not well reflected, the HIV/Aids and Gender Baseline Study has revealed . The study, which was conducted by Gender Links and the Media Monitoring...
    Christine Chumbler May 5, 2006