(November 16, 2006) Malawi police have arrested vice president Cassim Chilumpha on corruption charges, intensifying a political crisis that is paralysing the impoverished southern African country.
(November 21, 2005) The Malawi government has lost close to a whopping K5 billion in the last five years due to high-level corrupt practices that involved top government and party officials, The Chronicle has learnt.
(August 18, 2005) A faith organisation called Centre for Social Concern (CSC) has formed a forum to mobilise people in the fight [to win] debt cancellation for Malawi.
(February 8, 2005) Malawi is $2.9 billion in debt but the cash that was borrowed hasn’t done Simao Aloni or his home village of Chiromo any good. Campaigners for debt relief argue that as a result, the people of dirt-poor Malawi shouldn’t be burdened with it.
(September 18, 2003) Attorney General Peter Fachi Thursday said that a bill to amend the Corrupt Practices Act would be tabled during the next sitting of Parliament, but pointed out not all the recommendations will be taken on board.