Court denies bail to Nsanje ‘Hyena’:  Malawi Law Society  to represent HIV-positive man paid to have sex with girls

Nsanje Magistrate’s Court  on Friday denied bail to Eric Aniva, the Nsanje man who confessed to defiling more than 100 adolescent girls  as part of initiation rites into womanhood and sleeping with widows in a sexual cleansing ritual when he was HIV positive. Aniva: Denied bail, claimed that custom did not allow him to use condoms. Aniva, 45,… Read More »

Graft-buster K6.8bn contract scandal dominate Malawi press

The week has ended with Anti- Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director Lucas Kondowe  is dominating headlines in the Malawi weekend newspapers. Kondowe (left) and Kamoto: Tussle over K6.8billion contract ” ACB boss in Mera’s contract scandal,” screamed a banner headline in the influential Malawi News  of Saturday, reporting about  Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (Mera) Chief Executive Officer Ralph Kamoto accusing… Read More »

Malawians in US hail dual citizenship legislation

Malawians living in the United States have welcomed  President Peter Mutharika’s order to  Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Samuel Tembenu to draft new dual citizenship legislation, saying it is a step in the right direction which could see them contributing towards the growth of the country’s economy. Malawians in US at Ambassador’s official residence Malawians in Texas… Read More »

Ayuba says Mutharika gagged students: ‘I was told to shut up’

Chancellor College Students Union president James Ayuba Sylvester has claimed that President Peter Mutharika behaved like a tip pot dictator when he met student leaders at Kamuzu Palace in Lilongwe on Thursday, saying he gagged them from expressing themselves freely. President Peter Mutharika meets public Universities Students at Kamuzu Palace on Thursday(C)Stanley Makuti President Peter Mutharika meets public… Read More »