Malawi tense ahead of watershed general poll
LILONGWE – THE just-concluded voter register inspection and verification exercise and collection of nomination papers have set the stage for what is projected to be the most tightly contested general elections in post-independence Malawi’s 55-year history. ...Read More
Terror attacks hamper Mozambique farming prospects
MAPUTO – THE ongoing attacks by suspected armed Islamists in northern Mozambique are feared to hinder agricultural production in the drought-prone Southern African country. ...Read More
Bushiri faces xenophobic attacks in SA as three die from stampede
BLANTYRE - Malawian Prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his Enlightened Christian Gathering Church (ECG) has come under xenophobic attacks in South Africa following a stampede incident that left three people dead and many others injured. ...Read More
'Mozambique should halt debt restructuring negotiations'
Maputo – In the light of the American indictment against former Mozambican Finance Minister Manuel Chang, and those who allegedly conspired with him to defraud the Mozambican public and foreign investors, the Mozambican government should immediately halt its debt restructuring negotiations, urges the anti-corruption NGO, the Centre for Public Integrity (CIP). ...Read More