Demonstranstions

Teachers In Thyolo Deliver Petition

Thyolo Police Station Officer in Charge has received a petition from teachers who are protesting over risk allowances. Teachers across the country, yesterday announced that they will go to the streets arguing that government is playing hide and seek in addressing their grievances. Teachers have been asking government to provide them with Personal Protective Equipment and risk allowances as schools reopen after five weeks of closure. According...

Lockdown Protestors Burned To Ground COVID Testing Center

Lockdown protestors burned down a COVID testing site in Urk, a Dutch fishing village. A violent mob in the Netherlands caused chaos as rioters protested lockdown measures. The Independent reported that the rioters have been accused of setting fire to a COVID testing site in the Dutch fishing village of Urk. In addition to this, they have reportedly destroyed police cars and attacked police officers by hurling bricks...

Malawi S_x Workers To Protest Against Covid-19 Guidelines

Malawi Female S_x Workers have announced that they will hold peaceful demonstrations on Thursday, January, 2021 against newly gazzeted Covid-19 guidelines. In a press statement seen by this publication, the S_x Workers have said they want to raise their concerns on the challenges they are facing due to Coronavirus preventive measure that government has put in place. “The peaceful demonstrations have been organized to raise our...

Demos On! CDEDI Confirms To Hold Protest On Friday Against Chakwera Administration

Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives (CDEDI) and the Lilongwe Small Scale Business Operations have confirmed that the planned demonstrations which have scheduled to take place in the Capital Lilongwe, on Friday, December 18, 2020 are on. In a press statement available to Face of Malawi news desk, CDEDI said the confirmation comes after a successful meeting with authorities form Lilongwe City Council (LCC)...

AIP Beneficiaries In Nkhotakota Hold Demos For Officials To Intervene On Network Glitches

Some beneficiaries of the Affordable Inputs Programme (AIP) in Nkhotakota hold peaceful demonstrations to force district council officials to urgently intervene on network glitches facing the programme. One of the demonstrators Steve Uriah from Chipwato village in Traditional Authority Malengachanzi said some of them have spent over four nights without purchasing the inputs. Meanwhile, the district’s Chief Agriculture Development Natural Resources Officer Precious Chautsi advised the...

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