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09
July

CJ HAS DEPUTY

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For the first time in history the country's Chief Justice will now have a deputy, this follows a constitutional amendment bill that Parliament passed on Thursday, July 9 2021.
The amendment among others seeks to create the office of the Deputy Chief Justice.
The bill was passed after a rigorous process in which the National Assembly agreed to scrap off a proposal to recruit judges on contract.
09
July

MSUNGAMA CLARIFIES ON ENTOURAGE

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Minister of Youth and Sports Ulemu Msungama says the Malawi Olympic team going to Japan will be accompanied by eight officials and not twelve as widely reported in many online platforms.
The Ministers’ remarks follow an outcry from some sections of society claiming that twelve officials will accompany a five athlete Olympic team to Japan, a situation deemed as a drain of government resources.
30
June

ALL SET FOR CANNABIS PRODUCTION

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All is set for Malawi to start growing cannabis for industrial and medicinal production in the 2021/2022 growing season, the Cannabis Regulatory Authority has announced. According to the board, there is need for universities to carry out more research on industrial hemp so that the industry can help accelerate the country’s socio-economic development.

30
June

NICE Trust Executive Director Ollen Mwalubunju has attributed the low turnout for the just ended by-elections to among others, frustrations and fatigue. He argued that some political leaders have failed to meet the needs of the electorate and Local Government elections do not have motivating factors unlike general elections.

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