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Banda in Maldova for trials

Pressure is mounting on Nyasa Big Bullets forward Peter Banda—who is at FC Sheriff Traspol in Moldova—as the club has signed three other players while he is still trying his luck there until February 15 2021.

Mwase awaits contract renewal

Flames mentor Meck Mwase is yet to fully resume his duties as Flames senior team coach as ministry of sports is still working on extension of his contract.

Lawyer ponders appeal

Lawyers for three former parliamentarians in Nsanje and Chikwawa districts are yet to decide whether or not to appeal a ruling by Blantyre High Court which has nullified results for the 2019 Parliamentary elections in three constituencies.

Uncertainty on Nankhumwa, Chakwera meet

It remains unclear when President Lazarus Chakwera and Leadership of Opposition, Kondwani Nankhumwa will begin meeting following the former’s pledge to engage the opposition leader every three months to discuss matters of national interest.

Muluzi’s corruption case requires political solution – PAC

A 1.7-billion-kwacha corruption case involving Malawi’s former President, Bakili Muluzi requires a political solution after court trials have yielded no positive results in the past fourteen years, Public Affairs Committee suggests.

No immediate plans to replace Mia, Belekanyama

There are no immediate plans to replace two ministers, Sidik Mia and Lingson Belekanyama who succumbed to COVID-19 pandemic in January this year.

Aford and DPP in mixed rebranding fortunes

Alliance for Democracy-AFORD has intensified its rebuilding exercise to reclaim its political relevance and value being one of the oldest parties in the country but the story is different with the former governing Democratic Progressive Party.

Anti-Tonse demos loom

President Lazarus Chakwera and his Tonse administration risks facing national wide protests barely ten months in power over maladministration and delayed fulfilment of campaign promises...

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