Monthly Archives: July 2011

DEATH TOLL RISES AS ATLEAST 10 DEMONSTRATORS, 2 POLICE KILLED IN MALAWI

Mzuzu – At least seven
demonstrators have been confirmed
dead and more than 10 others
injured in the northern city of
Mzuzu as Malawians across the
country protested against the government and called for the
resignation of Pres Bingu wa
Mutharika.
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‘ONE SHOT THROUGH, ONE INTESTINES AND LIVER OUT, ONE KILLED IN PRO TEST AGAINST BINGU GOVT,’ Zodiak radio

Photographer Amos Gumulira after he was beaten up.

At least one
person has been confirmed
dead while several others
sustained injuries during
nationwide demonstrations against the Mutharika
administration, police and civil society
leaders have confirmed.
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SCANDAL: DEMO INJUNCTION WAS OBTAINED BY UNLICENCED LAWYER: WE WILL SUMMON HIM- LAW SOCIETY


A lawyer whose licence
expired some weeks ago
was the one who obtained
injunction in the Lilongwe
High Court last night
stopping demonstrators for marching today.

The lawyer, Chiza Mbekeani
obtained a court injunction
from the newly elevated
High Court Judge Chifundo
Kachale restraining the civil
society and the ‘Concerned Citizens’ from proceeding
with the demonstrations.
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1 PERSON KILLED DURING MALAWI DEMO

BLANTYRE,— Police say one person has been killed and several others injured during nationwide demonstrations in Malawi.

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MULLI, VUWA OFFICES ON FIRE,
BLACKOUT AT BIN GU’S LECTURE

[ ] DPP CAR: Torched

Angry
marchers in the capital Lilongwe have torched offices of billionaire businessman Mr Leston Mulli and the business offices of Information Minister Mr Vuwa Kaunda. Continue reading

MALAWI DEMONSTRATIONS IN MZUZU GONE WILD


Demonstrators in Mzuzu
have torched
a vehicle belonging to
the ruling party DPP and
smashed its office after
overpowering the police office that was present at
the scene.
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COURT GRANTS INJUNCTION AGAINST DEMO

Newly appointed High Court judge, Justice Chifundo Kachale on Tuesday granted an injunction restraining civil society and pro-government supports from holding demonstration in the streets. Continue reading