Parliament passes Corrupt Practices Act-Amendment Bill

Members of Parliament-MP's on Friday passed the Corrupt Practices Act – Amendment Bill. The bill, according to Minister of Justice nd Constitutional Affairs, Samuel Tembenu, reduces the appointing authority of the Director of the Anti-corruption Bureau – ACB, from the State President. Speaking to VoL after the bill was passed, Tembenu said in the amended …

Free, fair and credible 2019 Tripartite elections possible- MEC

Malawi Electoral Commission-MEC has assured electoral stakeholders of free, fair and credible 2019 Tripartite elections following lessons learnt from the previous elections. MEC Spokesperson Sangwani Mwafulirwa, said the electoral body is course to deliver free, fair and credible elections, saying a credible voters’ register which is already in place,  is a base to achieving a …

Govt. spending 15 billion kwacha annually in servicing Level Agreement with Christian Health Association of Malawi – CHAM Health facilities across the country.

Government is spending at least 15 billion kwacha annually in servicing the Service Level Agreement with Christian Health Association of Malawi – CHAM Health facilities across the country. Minister of Health and Population, AtupeleMuluzi,  made the revelations on Thursday in parliament. Under the Service Level Agreement, government deploys and pays health workers that offer services …

Chitipa assessing the extent of damage caused by the outbreak of fall army worms

Chitipa District Agricultural Development Office says it is working on assessing the total number of the households whose fields have been affected by the out-break of fall  army worms in the district two weeks ago. Speaking with Voice of Livingstonia on Thursday, the  District's Agricultural Development Officer-DADO, Malumbo Nyirongo  said his office is working around …

Some traditional leaders under Paramount Chief Chikulamayembe in Rumphi demand an apology from leadership of CCAP Synod of Livingstonia

A tug of war continues between some traditional leaders in Rumphi and the  CCAP Synod of Livingstonia leadership, as the former has demanded an apology from the Synod’s Moderator Reverend Douglas Chipofya and General Secretary Reverend Dr. Levy Njombole Nyondo over what happened during the burial ceremony of late Paramount Chief Chikulamayembe at Bolero in …