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Banda gave the charge in Lagos at the 14th Emmanuel Osigwe Anyiam-Osigwe lecture series organised by the Osigwe Anyiam Osigwe Foundation. The president who spoke on a number of issues including democracy and the sustainability of leadership in Africa
A Southern African Development Community heads of state summit has ended in Malawi's capital, Lilongwe, with a call for finding ways to end the volatile political situation facing people in the region and Africa as a whole. In her remarks at the
President Joyce Banda has appealed to Malawians to be patient and understanding as she and her government strives in finding long lasting solutions to the challenges the country is facing. In a Christmas and New Year
The British-Malawi romance is back. Malawi now has an envoy from Britain. He is Michael Nervin, who is also renewing his romance with the 'Warm Heart Of Africa', as this is Nervin's second coming to Malawi.
The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Wednesday launched by-elections in the two vacant constituencies in Mzimba district which will separate men from boys. The Mzimba Central constituency which fell vacant after the death of
Malawi President Joyce Banda failed to make an outright commitment of whether she will, or will not adopt the recommendations put forward during the special prayers held in honor of the July 20 2011 victims, opting for ore time. &
Malawi Minister of Finance will Friday June 8 2012 present the country's 2012/13 national budget which is a complete run away from the much touted zero deficit budget. The Finance Minister, Ken Lipenga, is expected to present the
Her Excellency Mrs. Joyce Banda, the Malawi President has Saturday May 19 2012 scored another point by enganging a 10-member team to manage the country's electoral issues. The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) has been
The Commission of inquiry that the Malawi President Mrs. Joyce Banda appointed to find out what killed a fourth year University of Malawi student Robert Chasowa has started its work, barely a week after swearing in of Sophie Kalimba.
The Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) Board Chairperson Dr. Charles Mataya has resigned from the post and has since been replaced by Mr. Thom Mpinganjira. According to a statement by the Office of the President and Cabinet captured