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Contrary to mercenary reporters, Vice President Chimulirenji has no plan or ambition to become next DPP President

Contrary to mercenary reporters, vice president Chimulirenji has no plan or ambition to become next DPP president.

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Who Petrol Bombed The Office Of MCP Veep Sidik Mia In Blantyre? It Is DPP, Says MCP Top Brass

Who Petrol Bombed The Office Of MCP Veep Sidik Mia In Blantyre? It Is DPP, Says MCP Top Brass

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When Teargas Tears Temporarily Dry

When Teargas Tears Temporarily Dry

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The 1 Million March Anti- Jane Ansah Demos Breed Violence In Malawi’s Capital Lilongwe

The 1 Million March Anti- Jane Ansah Demos Breed Violence In Malawi's Capital Lilongwe

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Tips to Managerial Career in Business management

Tips to Managerial Career in Business management

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More than a mother, a wife and a home cleaning enthusiast – Yaw Dwomoh, Managing Director of Idea Hive

More than a mother, a wife and a home cleaning enthusiast - Yaw Dwomoh, Managing Director of Idea Hive

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Tifotokozere muchichewa

Tifotokozere muchichewa

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HRDC happy with demos, Condemns violence, Vandalism

HRDC HAPPY WITH DEMOS, CONDEMNS VIOLENCE, VANDALISM By: Vincent Gunde The Human Rights Defenders Coalition ( HRDC) has thanked Malawians for coming out in large numbers to March peacefully in the June 20 demonstrations which were the biggest in the history of Malawi. The vote of thanks has been expressed in a press release dated 21st June, 2019 signed by its two vocal National Chairpersons, Timothy Mtambo and Gift Trapence. The Coalition also thank the demonstrators for participating peacefully against Mec Chairperson, Justice Dr. Jane Ansah, and all those who presided over the most fraudulent elections in Malawi's history. It is assuring religious and political leaders who participated and encouraged their followers to participate that they are going to walk together until justice prevails in demanding electoral justice and accountability. However, the HRDC has noted with grave concern sporadic acts of violence and vandalism that occurred especially after the demonstrations in some cities. It is further condeming these barbaric actions saying the actions are not only shocking and deplorable but are also contrary to the spirit and of these peaceful demonstrations. The HRDC commends the few police officers for exercising the level of professionalism that Malawians expect of them. It condemns the behaviour of the Blantyre City Council Chief Executive Officer, Alfred Chanza who initially denied HRDC permission to hold the demos, arguing that all roads had been booked by the governing DPP for their victory celebrations. The HRDC is finally appealing to all Malawians to remain peaceful during this difficult time for courts to do their part, and citizens doing their part to ensure that Justice flows like a river.

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MCP President Lazarus Chakwera Filing Petition To Nullify 2019 Presidential Results

MCP President Lazarus Chakwera Filing Petition To Nullify 2019 Presidential Results

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Blood Thirsty Gun Totting, Panga Wielding DPP Cadets In Mission Of Terror At Ngabu, Chikwawa

Blood Thirsty Gun Totting, Panga Wielding DPP Cadets In Mission Of Terror At Ngabu, Chikwawa

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