Karonga-Chitipa Chiefs to Challenge Court’s ruling Over Kyungu’s Supremacy

Chiefs from Karonga and Chitipa districts have vowed to continue recognizing Paramount Chief Kyungu as their supreme leader, saying history cannot be erased. Speaking in an interview after a one day meeting at Mikoma Lodge held Thursday that drew all chiefs from the two districts, Senior Chief Kameme of Chitipa said the consensus was reached at to challenge a recent ruling that the Lilongwe High Court Judge Charles Mkandawire made which nullified the recognition of Kyungu as the supreme leader of the two districts. According to the ruling made on…

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“50/50 campaign let me down once, never again” -DPP Aspirant for Mwanza

Democratic Progressive Party-DPP Parliamentary aspirant for Mwanza West says it is very hard for her to work with any organization supporting women politicians because according to her they are just time wasters. Joyce Chitsulo, a second time aspirant for Mwanza West Constituency says the organizations do not meet aspirants’ expectations before, during and after elections. “I personally do not need 50/50 campaign to win the upcoming Tripartite Elections. I need resources that will compliment mine to serve my constituency better not a day-long lecture on how to win elections ‘by…

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20 Vie For Malawi Presidency Now

As the May 21 tripartite elections draw closer, the number of candidates vying for the country’s top post of presidency has now gone up to twenty. Director of Media and Communications at the Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC), Sangwani Mwafulirwa has confirmed the development; saying this is as of Thursday, 24 January, 2019. The development takes the number of independent candidates to seven and those belonging to political parties are now thirteen. Again, the number of female candidates hoping to occupy the State House has now reached three with the coming…

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