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Dorothy Shonga and Magalasi case:Figure involved increased to K186 million

Dorothy Shonga and Magalasi case:Figure involved increased to K186 million

Corruption News
Prosecutors say the figure involved  in the money laundering and fraud case against former Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (Mera) Chief Executive Officer Collins Magalasi and businessperson Dorothy Shonga has been adjusted to K186 million from K107 million. Shonga and Magalasi together with former Mera  public relations officer Patrick Maulidi and procurement officer Bright Mbewe were arrested in 2020 on accusations that they influenced Mera Internal Procurement and Disposal Committee to award a contract worth K107 million to Vink Enterprise which is owned by Shonga. Director of Public Prosecutions Steve Kayuni said the figure has increased due to evidence provided by 11 witnesses paraded in court during trial of the case. “The evidence is coming out clearly that the figure...
Two notorious Lilongwe Street Kids Arrested In Lilongwe

Two notorious Lilongwe Street Kids Arrested In Lilongwe

Local
he Malawi Police in Lilongwe have arrested two street kids in connection to the robbery at Santa Plaza, Lilongwe Bridge and Crossroads Hotel. The Lilongwe Police Station Deputy Public Relations Officer Foster Benjamin, said the duo, aged 16 and 17, was arrested on Friday March 11, 2022 after committing the crime on Thursday night. Benjamin added that Police have since recovered some of the items during the Friday arrest. He further said that the recoveries include two laptops, three plasma screens, one desktop , four chairs and four solar panels. Meanwhile, one apple laptop has been positively identified by its owner-an Italian national. The suspects will appear in court soon to answer charges of robbery and malicious damage. Street children have been known for terrorizing people, st...
Dust Refusing to Settle for Martha Chizuma

Dust Refusing to Settle for Martha Chizuma

News
Dust is refusing to settle for Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Director Martha Chizuma as she has been taken to task to explain why her office allowed foreign investigators without consent from authorities. In a statement a movement under the banner Mass Movement Advancement for Economic Revolution said: “Are we serious that we are this asleep to the extent that even our NIB did not have fore knowledge that foreign spies were coming to investigate cases regarding our security arms procurement dealings?” Recently, Human Rights Activist Bon Kalindo also gave Chizuma seven days to explain to Malawians as to why her office allowed the British National Crime Agency (NCA) to start probing arms deals Malawi purchased through Asian businessmen.