Author: Henry Mhango

Henry Mhango

An Investigative Journalist based in Malawi. He has 10 years working experience as a Journalist, and has been trained by world class undercover Journalists including the Ghananian based Anas Aremeyaro Anas. He covers human rights, politics, social ,and economic issues.

Khumbo Hestings Kachali
Malawi’s khumbo Kachali shocked with leadership negligence on the country’s political impasse

Malawi’s Former Vice President Khumbo Hestings Kachali, has asked President Peter Mutharika to wake up.

Malawi Lands Minister warns to fire corrupt officials

Malawi’s Lands, Housing and Urban Development Minister, Symon Vuwa Kaunda has warned to fire the.

Malawi Govt applies for injunction to stop post elections protests

Malawi government through it’s Attorney General has applied for an injunction to stop post-election protests.

Malawi President’s wife under pressure for abusing public funds

Malawi’s First Lady Getrude Mutharika is facing pressure to refund an estimate of £80 000.

Malawi’s President Mutharika asked to “come out of hiding” and solve the political stand off

Political and social scientists in Malawi have asked President Peter Mutharika to intervene in the.

First Mediation talks on Malawi’s political unrest in limbo

Mediation talks between Malawi’s Former President Bakili Muluzi and leadership of the Human Rights Defenders.

Political unrest escalates in Malawi as thugs Petrol bomb main opposition office

Unknown people have petrol bombed an office for the opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) in.

Malawi police arrest distructive protestors but spare violent ruling party supporters

Police in Malawi’s capital Lilongwe have arrested 15 people  allegedly being involved in violence during.

Malawians hold more protests and threaten to move to state house

Thousands of Malawians on Friday, took to the streets for another protest against their government,.

Malawi opposition on campaign trail in anticipation of elections re-run

Malawi’s two main opposition political parties challenging the May 21, general elections’ results have indirectly.