About 3 000 Malawian opposition supporters marched through the capital Lilongwe Tuesday to protest alleged fraud in the 21 May elections that returned Peter Mutharika as president.
Speaking at his inauguration on Friday, President Peter Mutharika warned that he would not spare anyone found abusing their positions, in an apparent response to allegations of corruption that marked his first term.
Malawi’s opposition leader Lazarus Chakwera on Friday rejected the result of last week’s presidential election, saying he had launched a court battle to have the vote annulled on the grounds of fraud.
A group of teenagers is set to make history when they embark on a journey from Cape Town to Cairo next month in an airplane which they built themselves.
Malawi and Zambia will rekindle their rivalry in the COSAFA Cup quarterfinals this coming weekend after The Flames confirmed their quarterfinal spot on Tuesday night following a hard fought 2-1 win over Namibia.