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Malawi president under fire for family appointments...

On Wednesday night, the new president announced a 31-member cabinet that included six figures who are related to each other, although not to the president....

Malawi ruling party cries foul after presidential...

ELECTIONS | Malawi's governing party is pushing for a third presidential election, citing irregularities and intimidation in a vote re-run where unofficial...

Malawi opposition leader heading for election...

Results compiled from each of the 5,002 polling centres and tallied by the public broadcaster MBC and Times newspaper, gave Chakwera a dominant 59 percent...

Malawi court to hear president's appeal against...

The Constitutional Court in February annulled the results of the May 2019 poll and ordered a re-run, citing "grave" and "widespread" irregularities including...

Malawi president names new 'election' cabinet...

In a surprise move last Friday, the beleaguered Mutharika dissolved cabinet and early this week he sacked the army chief -- his latest political manoeuvering...

Malawi leader to appeal overturning of poll...

The 79-year-old president has up to six weeks to appeal.

Malawi police fire teargas to disperse protesters...

Protests erupted in Malawi following President Peter Mutharika's election victory

Malawi's Banda quits presidential race, backs...

Speaking to AFP, Banda, who heads the People's Party, confirmed her decision, saying: "Yes, it is true".

124 arrested in Malawi over 'vampire' lynching:...

The killings bring the death toll to nine as vampire rumours have swept the country's southern region since last month, forcing authorities to impose a...

Malawi president speaks out over illness...

Mutharika entered the press conference in the administrative capital Lilongwe, waving both hands to an audience of media, cabinet ministers, supporters...

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