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Times 360 Malawi Nov 11
Daudi Suleiman told the Constitutional Court that by the time MEC Chairperson Jane Ansah was releasing the results of the May 21 elections, the system had only logged in 3,672 results sheets out of 5,002 results sheets from all the polling streams.
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The Fiji Times 21h
National Federation Party parliamentarian Lenora Qereqeretabua says Government must come clean on its relationship with the controversial religious group, Grace Road.
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The Fiji Times Nov 19
Government member Selai Adimaitoga said the FijiFirst Government has educated more iTaukei children than members of the Opposition party could have done during their time in power.
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The Fiji Times 15h
It is alleged on November 5 this year, the three – unlawfully wounded Manasa Rayasidamu by pouring hot water on his back, and they also hit his legs with a cement block at the Pacific Harbour Community Post.
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Times 360 Malawi Nov 11
A performance progress report by the Northern Region Water Board (NRWB) indicates that it is owed about K6 billion and 67 percent of the debtors are public institutions. Reported by Feston Malekezo
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Times 360 Malawi 8h
The Public Accounts Committee of Parliament has proposed tough measures against non-compliant ministries and departments. This follows revelations that most of government departments do no provide relevant documentation to the auditor general’s office.
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The Fiji Times Nov 18
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says his vision and promise to end the decades of division, ethnic discrimination and communalism that nearly drove our nation into the ground is coming to pass every year.
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Times 360 Malawi 6h
Replying to @bnltimes
In his ruling on Wednesday, Judge Thomson Ligowe, said: “…much as I see strong case for judicial review in this case, I see no reason to order a stay after the paramount Chief was installed. This court will soon hear the application for judicial review,” he said.
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The Fiji Times 21h
Government needs to be exorcised because they are possessed by the devil, Opposition MP Niko Nawaikula told Parliament yesterday.
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Chiku Mphanje Nov 7
DRC Warlord BOSCO Ntangada given 30 years sentence for war crimes by Criminal Court (ICC). Looking Forward Timothy Mtambo and Lazarus Chakwera being sentenced too by ICC for crimes aganist humanity in .
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The Fiji Times Nov 18
The Government has kicked down the door of the old boys club through the implementation of the open merit system of recruitment and advancement, says Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama.
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The Fiji Times Nov 17
Members of opposition Lynda Tabuya says that many Fijians do not believe in its laws since it was not applied equally in the same way as those in power.
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Chiku Mphanje Nov 8
Suleman has not demonstrated how his assumptions affected the final polls result. He has only say the, orphans tables, Use of private emails, Ghost .....could affect the outcome of the results. The public need facts not assumptions.
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The Fiji Times 21h
More than 450 families in five settlements have received long-term land tenure in the form of 99-year leases through the informal settlement upgrade and formalisation program.
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Times 360 Malawi Nov 11
Malawi Congress Party witness in the ongoing Presidential Elections case, Daud Suleiman, on Monday morning concluded his simulation process by explaining how some crucial data was deleted from the Malawi Electoral Commission system. Reported by Taonga Sabola
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The Fiji Times 21h
Calling us all Fijians does not magically make us the same, says National Federation Party parliamentarian Lenora Qereqeretabua.
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The Fiji Times 18h
The body of a woman believed to be in her 30s was discovered inside a house at Drasa in Lautoka earlier today.
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Times 360 Malawi Nov 18
Authorities at Lilongwe District Council say the current political impasse is affecting revenue collection. The impasse follows the disputed May 21 presidential election results. Reported by Faith Kadzanja
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The Fiji Times Nov 12
Police are looking at introducing tasers for their officers in light of the recent attacks on lawmen and women.
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