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Ntcheu Man nabbed for Defiling Biological Daughter

Police in Ntcheu District have arrested a 24-year-old man for allegedly defiling his three-year-old biological daughter. Ntcheu police spokesperson, Hastings Chigalu has confirmed the development while identifying the suspect as Patrick Sakaza. It is alleged that Sakaza committed the offense on July 18 2021 at Nyasa Village in the area of Traditional Authority Chakhumbira in the district. According to Chigalu, the mother of the victim realized what...

Zomba DC sends out members of the council for not wearing masks

District commissioner for Zomba Dr Smart Gwedemula on Saturday sent out some members of district council who were attending an extraordinary full council meeting for not wearing masks. Dr Gwedemula said members of the council must portray a good example now that the country is fighting the third wave of covid 19 which has and continue to claim many lives. The full council...

State House backs Chakwera for appointing his daughter to Embassy

State House has backed President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera for appointing his daughter as third Secretary in the officer of Malawi’s Ambassador in Brussels. A week ago President Chakwera appointed Violet Chakwera Mwasinga as third Secretary. The appointment attracted mixed reactions with many accusing Chakwera of being nepotistic, the thing he used to condemn when he was leader of opposition. But speaking during weekly press, State House Press...

Couple arrested for setting ablaze suspected thief

Police in Thyolo have arrested a couple on suspicion that they killed an 18-year-old person on July 15, 2021. According to Thyolo Police Public Relations Officer, Rebecca Kashoti, the couple, Kondwani August, 35 and his wife Beatrice Bernard, 30, are alleged to have committed the offence after the deceased, Peter June, was caught stealing chickens in the couple's compound. The couple started assaulting the deceased in...

Chichiri Court Premises temporarily closed over Covid 19 surge

The Malawi Judiciary has ordered the temporary closure of Chichiri Court premises in Blantyre on Covid grounds. Registrar of the High Court and Supreme Court of Appeal Gladys Gondwe has confirmed the development in a statement while disclosing that the closure is to pave way for fumigation by health authorities. According to Gondwe, the court premises will remain closed for 3 days from today, to resume...

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