Malawi’s Attorney General (AG) Thabo Chakaka Nyirenda this week on Wednesday held a Public Lecture at the Catholic University of Malawi, under the theme; The Interface between Law, Governance and Development in Malawi. Speaking during a public lecture, the AG faulted the country’s decision to privatize state-owned enterprises, arguing the move affects economic growth. Chakaka […]
Testimonies shared by Malawians during the pre-multiparty era show the country’s freedom of speech was another bolt searched in the sky by citizens. Intimidations, killings, and beatings were some measures used by authorities against those who dared to open their mouth expressing something against the ruling party at the time, the Malawi Congress Party (MCP).
Political experts in Malawi have predicted a threat to state legitimacy and prospects of the country’s democracy consolidation following a decline in public trust in key governance institutions. The two experts, Joseph Chunga and Happy Kayuni through their chapter in a book; Beyond Impunity-New Directions for Governance in Malawi that has been published this year,
Social Work Students from the Catholic University of Malawi last Saturday, made a donation of assorted items to orphans and vulnerable children from Mulanje district who are under Titukulane Community Based Organisation (CBO) as part of their commemoration of Social Work month which is commemorated during the whole month of March. Speaking during the donation