Our Reporter on 09th Nov

Mulanje, November 9, 2015: President Mutharika has advised politicians to refrain from using cultural groups in the country to advance their political agenda saying it affects social economic development of the country.  Mutharika was speaking on Saturday at Chonde in Mulanje District where he graced Lhomwe annual festival popularly known as Mlakho...

Our Reporter on 09th Nov

Maravipost iReport: The country’s Center for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) has intensified an awareness campaign on minority rights groups including gays and lesbians in a bid to stop the general public discriminating them while curbing the spread of the HIV/AIDS pandemic.   CHRR’s Public Section Training Coordinator Michael Kaiyatsa...

Our Reporter on 08th Nov

Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development (MoAIWD) says free and meaningful Citizen Participation is crucial in conserving and preservation of Soil degradation in Malawi. Chief Director for (MoAIWD) Bright Kumwembe made the remarks when he officially opens the Concept for the Commemoration of the International Year of Soils fair under...

Our Reporter on 08th Nov

Within hours of Pastor T.B. Joshua touching down in Tanzania on Tuesday November 3rd 2015, he had met the three most important political figures in the country – John Magufuli, the President-Elect, Jakaya Kikwete, the outgoing President and Edward Lowassa, the former Prime Minister and opposition leader. However, a government source has revealed that...

Our Reporter on 08th Nov

“Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.” ― Napoléon Bonaparte   When President Peter Mutharika and Vice President Saulos Chilima were embroiled in ill-conceived Salary hikes and faced such an outcry that they deferred the controversial pay rise for themselves, one Lazarus Chakwera chose to keep his.Here was an opportunity for...

Our Reporter on 08th Nov

1.0. PREAMBLE The Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) which is a social justice and advocacy arm; and the Research and Social Commission which is the communication arm of the Episcopal Conference of Malawi, an umbrella body of the Catholic Bishops in Malawi, have noted with concern the current updates provided by the Malawi Government on...

Our Reporter on 08th Nov

By: Lloyd M’bwana The country’s Landnet Malawi has expressed optimism on the enactment of the much awaited land bill in the current seating of Parliament saying the law will address land grabbing that has perpetuated poverty among the rural people. Landnet was reacting to the Parliament order paper which shows that Land bill was among the bills...

Our Reporter on 08th Nov

Article by Kurt Abraham, Gas Processing Examining the situation from different angles, several speakers at Gastech’s opening commercial session said that they have high hopes for the long-term global gas market, once the current oversupply and low prices are overcome. Despite the short-term hiccoughs, “it’s an exciting time to be part of the global...

Our Reporter on 08th Nov

Oral Statement Read by SALC at the 57th Ordinary Session of the African Commission,Held in Banjul, Gambia, 4 – 18 November 2015 Your Excellency Chairperson of the African Commission,Dear Commissioners,State delegates and Participants The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) welcomes this opportunity to address you on the human rights situation...

Our Reporter on 07th Nov

By: James Odziwa Blanyre, Saturday, November 7, 2015 (MaraviPost): Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Mary Kachale continues to put the squeeze on embattled Paul Mphwiyo who survived an assassination attempt on his life and opened the Pandora’s Box that is now popularly known as Cashgate.   A scandal so encompassing that it has implicated former...