Anti-Corruption Looking to Balanced Corruption Reporting Before Elections

The Anti- Corruption Bureau ACB says that it expects to see the media reporting corruption stories in a balanced and responsible manner as the Country approaches the 2019 Tripartite Elections.  The Bureau’s Senior Public Relations Officer  Egrita Ndala said this at a media workshop held at Chikale Beach Lodge in NkhataBay on Tuesday. “We expect that the media will report in a balanced way because this...

MCP voters’ registration awareness tour highlights in Lilongwe

Last week, Malawi Congress Party (MCP) machinery conducted whistle-stop tours in Lilongwe where registrations has just been concluded last week. We hereby present the pictorial highlights of the tour

Zimbabwe Presidential Petition – what happens next?

Now that Nelson Chamisa, the MDC Alliance presidential candidate has filed a petition challenging the validity of the recent election, attention has turned to what happens next. This article outlines the process as provided for under the Constitution and highlights issues that are likely to arise. It goes without saying that this case presents a stern test for the...

MCP will win in 2019 , and we are expecting them to accomplish more for Malawi!

All studies so far show that MCP will win next years presidential and parliamentary elections and yes they will win and for that we say congratulations as analysts ! Of course you must continue to work harder than you have done to ensure even the worst rigger won’t rig enough to subvert the will of the people .... you...

MCP VP for the North storms Karonga-promises to revamp economy

The Malawi Congress Party (MCP) Vice President for the northern region Harry Mkandawire has endorsed the party’s director of economic planning Dr. Cornelius Mwalwanda as shadow MP for Karonga Nyungwe constituency. The endorsement took place on Sunday afternoon at a political rally the VP held at the party’s historical office at Karonga boma when the party's regional chair paraded all aspiring ward...

Advisers betraying the President: Mutharika must fire someone

In April 2003, the USA invaded Iraq for the second time in about a decade. President George Bush also convinced Prime Minister Tony Blair of the British Government to go to war against President Saddam Hussein with him. Together they ousted Hussein and brought an end to his regime. But the invasion of Iraq by these two great western...

Go and register to vote in 2019 Elections –Inkosi M’mbelwa

Inkosi Ya Makhosi M’mbelwa the V of Mzimba on Saturday took advantage of the mammoth crowd at the 2018 8th Umthetho Annual Cultural Festival at Hora Mountains in Mzimba to woe them to register and vote for the leaders they want during the next year May 19 Tripartite elections.  Speaking at the cultural event where the Ngonis celebrate their culture and which President Peter...

Abida Mia says should be given time to decide on whether to run for Chikwawa Nkombezi Parliamentary seat

Abida Mia, wife to Malawi Congress Party (MCP) vice President Sidik Mia took people of Chikwawa Nkombezi Constituency by surprise when she conducted two whistle stop tours yesterday. Abida Mia organized the whistle-stop tours as part of complementing her husband and indeed the entire party to connect with the people and indeed to strengthen the party at the grassroots. Her...

Abida Mia spices up MCP veteran Mai Dinala’s 80th birthday

Abida Mia, wife to Malawi Congress Party (MCP) Vice President Sidik Mia, was guest of honour during the 80th birthday celebration of MCP veteran politician Mai Dinala at her residence in Chitawira Township in Malawi’s commercial city of Blantyre. Mai Dinala became member of MCP in 1958 when she was only 30 years old. She was among the people who welcomed...

MCP ready to roll out universal subsidy programme in 2019—Mia

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) Vice President Sidik Mia told a predominantly agricultural catchment area in Lilongwe that his party intends to roll out a universal subsidy programe in 2019 as one way of revamping agriculture and achieving food security in the country. Mia was speaking during a whistle stop tour he conducted in the outskirt of the capital Lilongwe in...