Communities gang up against miner in Phalombe: DC suspends Phosphate mining activities

People of Thundulu in Phalombe have ganged up against Optikem 2000 Limited, a company “exploring” Phosphate mining prospects in the area for allegedly failing to fulfill its corporate social responsibility obligations. Phosphate is a mineral...

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Phalombe sports committee demand politicians to follow procedures on competitions 

Phalombe sports committee members have requested to the political party leaders in the district to follow proper procedures when conducting any sporting activities or launching trophies. The committee members made the request in a meeting...

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Mother, father, uncle and two others arrested over killing of albino boy in Malawi

Police in Phalombe have arrested five people in connection with the killing of an Albino boy identified as Joseph kachingwe aged 12.

Police in Phalombe have confirmed of the arrest and identified the suspects as Mary Nankhuku, a mother to the deceased, Humphrey Elia, step-father to the deceased, Beaton Tabwali, uncle to the mother of the victim.

The Police have also arrested Eniphat Chinawa and Patrick Chinawa, all related to the victim.

The body of the deceased who went missing on July 6 2018 was recovered on Tuesday after his step-father confessed to have poisoned the boy for rituals.

According to reports, the step-father of the deceased connived with unknown people who promised to buy bones of the child.

Meanwhile investigations are still underway.

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