Monthly Archives: September 2011

The document that killed Robert Chasowa



1. We need an explanation-why the presidential jet was impounded in America

2. Mr. President-explain to us why should the Secretary for Treasury extort K16 Million from investors on behalf of DPP and you, your Excellency?
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Malawi rights activist Chinoko attacked, two petro-bombed

Chinoko; Attacked Suspected regime thugs on Sunday night attacked a leading human rights activist Peter Chinoko of the Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) at his at his Lilongwe home. Continue reading

Suicide Suspected In Dead Poly Student, As Police, College of Medicine Set To Address Media This Afternoon

Chasowa: Found dead

The Malawi Police Service
(MPS) and College of Medicine postmortem results on the mysterious death of Poly student Robert Chasowa has revealed that the fourth year mechanical engineering student might have committed suicide. Continue reading

Poly student critic of Malawi President found dead

Chasowa: Found dead

A student of Polytechnic, a constituent college of the University of Malawi, who was very critical of President Bingu wa Mutharika and was being hunted down by police, has been found dead at his university campus. Continue reading

Foul Play Suspected In Death Of President’s Business Associate Kalonga Satmbuli

A March 2 autopsy report
revealed that Kalonga
Stambuli, Chief Executive Officer of President Muluzi’s Trade and Investment Company, was poisoned and strangled on December 29, 2003.
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Opposition Party Leaders Hugely Funding the Planned September 21 Demo

Tembo: Eyes the presidency

A leaked email from one of
the civil society leaders in
Malawi organising national
wide demonstrations has
revealed that the opposition party leaders are hugely funding the planned September 21 demonstrations meant to ignite ‘regime change’.
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High Court Grants 3rd Injunction Against 21 September Protests

The High Court in Malawi
has granted a third injunction restraining people from protesting against the government on 21 september.

A concerned citizen known as Dr Yohannie Billy Mlombe applied to the court to restrain activists from holding or participating in any protest against government. Continue reading