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New twist: Key Cashgate witness murdered as residents claim Zion pastor is involved

BLANTYRE (Maravi Post) --There seems to be  a new twist to the gruesome murder of 45-year old Dina Kadyanji,   a key witness in the Cashgate scandal, who was murdered on Sunday in Lilongwe as  she drove to her home at night, as community  members  in  23’s  Masambabise  Area  are said to be accusing a Zion pastor identified only as Chinula of her death.

ACB arrests 3 public officers over cashgate

BLÀNTYRE (MaraPost)--The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has arrested three more public officers in connection to the infamous cashgate scandal.  

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Sluggish start to voters roll verification in South

BLANTYRE (Maravipost) - There was a sluggish start of voters roll verification at centres in several districts in the South, although officials expressed satisfaction that finally the exercise has finally taken off after being suspended due to embarrassing technical glitches.

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Felix Jumbe takes on Malawi pres. Joyce Banda on one cow a family

LILONGWE (MaraPost)—Malawi Congress Party Director of Campaign, Felix Jumbe openly challenged president Joyce Banda on personalising the Ministry of Agriculture project on One Cow a Family at a rally at Chipoka in Salima to mark the launch of the MCP manifesto in Salima South Constituency.

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Chikwawa Mkombedzi parliamentary aspirants’ promises peaceful campaign

No ViolenceChikhwawa Mkombedzi parliamentary aspirants have pledged to hold peaceful campaign rallies to improve the credibility of the forthcoming May 20 tripartite elections by creating an atmosphere of tolerance, mutual respect and peace.

Malawi’s President Joyce Banda launches US$10m water project in Chitipa

President Joyce BandaCHITIPA (MaraPost)--President Joyce Banda on Tuesday officially launched a $10 million Kalenge water project at Misuku with an aim of easing water problems in the northern district of Chitipa.

The $10 million water project is under Northern Region Water Board (NRWB) and financiers are the Arab Bank for Africa Development.

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