Malawi president rejects calls from faith leaders to resign

Blantyre, Malawi (ENInews). Malawi President Bingu wa Mutharika on 22 March rejected calls from faith groups that he resign following a political and...

Malawi Government is selfish – Nkhoma CCAP Synod

The Nkhoma CCAP Synod says there are very few good things happening in Malawi, with a lot of pain being experienced by people...

Prophet TB Joshua Says “The Death Of An African President Is...

Nigerian preacher TB Joshua of the Synagogue church says the death of an old African president is now very close. Repeating his earlier prophecy...

15 opposition parties to come up with MEGA presidential candidate in...

Fifteen opposition parties are holding talks to form a coalition and field one presidential candidate against Malawi’s ruling DPP in 2014 elections. The parties...

Tension grips Mangochi, Malawi

Tension gripped Malawi’s Lakeshore District of Mangochi also opposition United Democratic Front (UDF) stronghold following the heavy increase of presence of policemen...

No rallies during volatile situations – Govt

Government says it will continue stopping political rallies in the country if the security situation is volatile. But when quizzed why only opposition rallies...

Atupele discharged amid tension

Machinga North East parliamentarian Atupele Muluzi, who was admitted to Mwaiwathu Private Hospital in Blantyre after catching malaria at Maula Prison in Lilongwe,...

CSOs, govt conclude dialogue

Civil society organisations (CSOs) and the Presidential Dialogue and Contact Group (PDCG) on Tuesday said they have concluded United Nations (UN)-mediated dialogue on...

UN defends Malawi security alert issuance

The United Nations has strongly defended the international body's issuance of a security alert this week in Lilongwe, arguing it was a warning...

Legal Affairs to consult on tripartite bill

The Legal Affairs Committee of Parliament will in April consult various stakeholders on the future of the Constitutional (amendment) bill or Tripartite Elections...

Bingu responds to calls to resign, Muluzi demand his son’s release

Malawi’s President Bingu wa Mutharika has responded to calls for him to resign by saying he could rule Malawi forever if he wanted...

Kapito Given Bail, Charged with Sedition

Malawi Human Rights Commission (MHRC)Chairperson John Kapito has been charged with sedition hours after his arrest for alleged illegal possession of foreign currency. Rights...

Malawians have right to discuss—Kaliati

As the conference convened by the Public Affairs Committee (Pac) drew to an end in Blantyre on Thursday, the government continued to claim...

Study predicts more post-2014 woes

Findings of a political survey have indicated that Malawians want change in 2014, but should that not happen, the country will face worse...

Malawi ups security after Mutharika resignation call

Malawi's police stepped up street patrols on Friday after a leading rights group called for the resignation of President Bingu wa Mutharika whose...

US demands Malawi’s explanation on coup funding claims

The United states government is awaiting an explanation from Malawi over President Bingu wa Mutharika’s remarks that western donors are conniving with opposition...

Speaker of The Malawi National Assembly, Chimunthu Banda addresses Zambian MPs

Speaker of the National Assembly, Henry Chimunthu- Banda, who is also Regional Representative for Central Africa in the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA), attended...

President Mutharika’s wealth disputed

President Bingu wa Mutharika's declaration that he was worth K150 million at the time he became president in 2004 has been disputed by...