Anti-Corruption Bureau Director Martha Chizuma says the state will parade 16 witnesses in the Abdul Karim Batatawala immigration case.
Chizuma said this is a big and old case dating from 2019; hence, the need for all those witnesses.
Batatawala, Department of Immigration and Citizenship Services former director-general Elvis Thodi, commissioner for operations Fletcher Nyirenda and deputy director Limbani Chawinga were arrested for various offences bordering on corruption and money laundering at the department in a procurement deal.
The trial started today with the State parading two witness, the Immigration’s Superintendent for Human Resource Ernest M’baluku and Procurement expert Edward Jeke.
Share the story Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences (MUBAS) and Strengthening Higher Education Access in Malawi Project (SHEAMA) which is funded by USAID and implemented by Arizona State University have graduated 155 students with a Certificate in Electrical Installation. Out of the 155 Open Distance and e-Learning graduates, a total of 127 students […]
Share the story Vice President Dr Saulos Chilima is this morning presiding over the official closing ceremony of Council of Chaplaincy Ministry (COCHAM) Second International Conference of Chaplains in Malawi. The five-day conference was also attended by delegates from Zambia and Zimbabwe. COCHAM was established in 2018 to among others promote spirituality in various institutions […]
Share the story President Dr Lazarus Chakwera says to benefit from the continent’s mineral resources there is a need for SADC countries and the rest of Africa to come up with regulations for effective management and protection of such resources in the 16-member regional bloc. Dr Chakwera was speaking on arrival from DRC where he […]