Malawi

December 2, 2022

Malawi: Zambian National Gets 15 Years Prison Sentence in MK53 Million Wildlife Crime

Senior Resident Magistrate Wanangwa Nyirenda on Thursday, December 1st 2022, sentenced Zambian national Kelby Roy Malambo to 15 years imprisonment with hard labour for the three charges he faced in the MK53m wildlife crime case involving elephant ivory.
November 30, 2022

First shipment of Russian fertilizer leaves Netherlands for Africa – UN

After sanctions-related obstacles hit Moscow, the first shipment of Russian fertilizer left the Netherlands on Tuesday for Malawi, Dutch customs and the UN said.
November 29, 2022

Malawi: UNHCR Urges Malawi Against Forcing Refugees Return to Overcrowded Camp

The U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, says it "deeply regrets" Malawi's decision to force about 8,000 refugees living in rural and urban areas back to the overcrowded Dzaleka refugee camp. Malawi's minister of homeland security last week said the forced relocations would start after November 30, when a deadline expires on voluntary returns.
November 28, 2022

Malawi: Persons With Albinism Plead for Skills Training, Startup Loans

Malawi Government and its development partners must seriously consider providing skills training, materials, equipment and business startup loans to people with albinism if the country is to address their destitution and vulnerability, persons with albinism in Mangochi and Ntcheu districts have pleaded.
November 28, 2022

Malawi: The Mutharikas Say Arrest of Tadikira Mafubza Not Justified By Facts

Former President Peter Mutharika and Former First Lady Gertrude Mutharika say the arrest of their son, Tadikira Mafubza is 'not justified by facts'.
November 28, 2022

Malawi: Parliamentarian Expresses Worry Over Safety of Persons With Albinism

A parliamentarian says the government should investigate thoroughly if those graves of 30 people who were buried in mass graves in Mzimba were not on a mission to kill persons with albinism.
November 26, 2022

Malawi Police Arrest Four More People Over Ethiopians' Mass Grave

Police in Malawi have arrested four more people in connection with a mass grave uncovered last month with 30 bodies believed to be Ethiopians who had immigrated illegally and are believed to have suffocated to death.
November 26, 2022

Malawi Vice President Arrested

Malawi's Vice President Saulos Chilima is out on bail after his arrest in connection with alleged kickbacks. It is the latest in a series of arrests of officials suspected of corruption.
November 25, 2022

Zimbabwe, Malawi Exchange Notes On Tourism

Zimbabwe and Malawi yesterday concluded the Third Joint Tourism Technical Committee (JTTC) meeting meant to assess progress on the areas of cooperation agreed to by the two governments.
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