The government of Malawi has yet again made it clear no part of Lake Malawi will be shared with any nation, as the wrangle over the water body rages on. This comes as government has confirmed it will be represented at a two-day meeting from 11 July to 12 July in South Africa where it is expected that Malawi and Tanzania which claims it owns the said part will hear from mediators under the High Level Mediation Team (HLMT). The HLMT is led by Mozambique’s former President Joaquim Chissano.
It is incessantly becoming a trend for Malawian musicians to fall into the dungeon of artists that do covers. For starters, a cover version or cover song, or simply cover, is a new performance or recording of a previously recorded, commercially released song by someone other than the original artist or composer. The most recent trending song is King Chambieccos’ cover for Casper Nyovest’s Tito Mboweni. Desiigner’s Panda had its cover done by Charisma.
A 20-year-old man who is being accused of murdering a police officer in Nkhotakota has been sent on remand. The man, identified as Chrisone Mlauzi, appeared before court last week when he was formally charged with an offence of murder under section 209 of the penal code. Mlauzi killed a police officer on 17th June, 2017 at Ngala Trading Centre bus stage, in the area of Traditional Authority Kanyenda in Nkhotakota.
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