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Private company ‘captured’ Malawi’s attorney-general office

Evidence that the state's legal adviser improperly acted for multinational Raiply Malawi highlights concerns over the company's influence.

Catholic Church sent a priest accused of child abuse to work with children in Malawi

An investigation suggests the church's St John of God order covered up Brother Aidan Clohessy’s continued involvement with children in Malawi.

‘Love one another,’ says Malawi’s president as NGOs lay down gauntlet

A coalition of 20 leading NGOs is spearheading plans for a mass demonstration against the government.

CCTV tapes ‘show’ Banda meeting Cashgate suspect

The state has handed over the footage to Malawi’s corruption-busting body for forensic examination and further action.

Mystery of Malawi’s missing factory

What happened to the R54-million paid out for a timber mill that was never built?

Malawi elections: Big four vie for power

The main contenders have been at the helm before, but appear to offer nothing new in their manifestos.

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