Leader of People’s Land Organisation, Vincent Wandale, has accused government of plotting to kill him after the judge made a ruling Thursday that he is not fit to stand trial and ordered him to go to Zomba Mental Hospital for treatmentSenior Resident Magistrate, Paul Chiotcha, made the ruling after examining the medical report by a psychiatrist at Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) and hearing arguments from the State. “The court finds the accused person not fit to stand trial.
High Court judge Charles Mkandawire yesterday criticised the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) on the handling of the matter involving Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) secretary general, Grezzeldar Jeffrey and three others, who are demanding K12 billion in compensation after being acquitted in 2011 on graft charges. Apparently, the ACB had forgotten to appear in court on July 20 as set by the court. This angered Judge Mkandawire.
Kamuzu Academy Orchestra and Malawi Defence Force (MDF) Brass Band on Sunday treated people to an evening of classical and jazz music during a concert at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe. It was a night when the gathering— which included Vice-President Saulos Chilima, and other high-ranking government officials, Chinese Ambassador to Malawi Shi Ting Wang and Germany’s Ambassador to Malawi Juergen Borsch— appreciated the beauty of brass instruments.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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