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JB says not interested in Presidency post

Former President and founder of the People’s Party (PP) Dr Joyce Banda said she wants the younger generation to take up leadership. Banda said this on Sunday during a joint rally organized by Tonse Alliance President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera at Mzuzu Upper Stadium. While mocking President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika indirectly, Banda wondered how someone in the 80s would still be contesting for the forthcoming Presidential...

1.5 million Malawians could test positive of Covid 19 by the end of this year, warns Health Ministry

Director of Quality Assurance at the Ministry of Health, Doctor Andrew Likaka has said about 1.5 million Malawians could test positive of Covid 19 by the end of this year. Likaka was speaking in Lilongwe on Monday during a meeting the Malawi Communication Regulatory Authority (Macra) organized for broadcasters. According to Dr. Likaka, studies have found that transmission of  Covid-19 can occur within 6 metres. The...

Chilima Tells Supporters Not to Panic with Alliance ‘Ndimaganiza Bho Heavy’

United Transformation Movement (UTM) president Saulos Chilima has urged his supporters not to be frustrated with Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and partners’ alliance saying it is for the good of Malawians. Chilima who is also the state vice president said this on Sunday at Mzuzu upper stadium during a Tonse Alliance political rally. Chilima and MCP’s Lazarus Chakwera signed entered into an electoral agreement in a...

Kaliati fires warning shots at DPP

United Transformation Movement (UTM) Secretary General Patricia Akweni Kaliati has asked the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to stop following UTM leaders. Kaliati said this at Mzuzu Upper Stadium on Sunday during the first mega rally of Tonse Alliance which has nine political parties. "Stop harassing people, we have freedom to choose where we want to be. When people chase you anywhere you go, like it...

Catherine Gotani Hara Asks Leaders’ to Treat Northerners as First Class People

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) deputy Secretary General Catherine Gotani Hara has appealed to leaders to treat northerners as first class citizens. Hara said this yesterday at Mzuzu upper stadium during a Tonse alliance political rally. Hara who is also the speaker of the National Assembly decries what she terms stinking regionalism in Malawi. She said that the north is marginalized in many aspects, citing examples of projects...

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