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ACB ARRESTS A CLINICAL OFFICER AT BWAILA HOSPITAL

On the 19th of December, 2019, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) received a complaint alleging that a clinical officer at Bwaila Hospital was soliciting payment in order for her to attend to an expectant woman who had gone to the hospital for medical attention after complaining of labour pains. In a joint operation with the Malawi [...]

ACB ARRESTS DYSON MCHENGA, ROAD TRAFFIC ASSISTANT AT MWANZA BORDER

On 29th July, 2019, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) received a complaint alleging that public officers at Mwanza border were demanding bribes in order for them to issue cross border permits to bus operators ferrying passengers to the Republic of South Africa. On 4th December, 2019, the Anti-Corruption Bureau, in a joint operation with the Malawi [...]
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COURT GRANTS BAIL TO DR. DESMOND BIKOKO, FORMER MAYOR FOR LILONGWE CITY COUNCIL

On 26th October, 2017, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Mayor for Lilongwe City Council Councilor Dr. Desmond Bikoko abused his office by issuing instructions to the Lilongwe City Council plot allocation committee to offer plots in Area 46 to beneficiaries without following procedures. The Anti-Corruption Bureau instituted investigations which established that Councilor [...]
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On the 6th of March, 2017, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) arrested Mr. Uladi Mussa, former Minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security and charged him with the offence of misuse of public office contrary to section 25B (1) of the Corrupt Practices Act, among other offences. Mr. Uladi Mussa is jointly being prosecuted with four [...]
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HIGH COURT AND MAGISTRATE COURT FIND MR. ULADI MUSSA, FOUR OTHERS AND MR. CHARLES PHIRI WITH CASES TO ANSWER RESPECTIVELY

On 25th September, 2015, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that on 14th May, 2014, the Chief Immigration Officer granted Malawi Citizenship to Rwandan Nationals using a file belonging to another foreign national. The Anti-Corruption Bureau instituted investigations and established that citizenships were granted to people who were not eligible. On 28th February, 2017, [...]
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COURT IN BALAKA FINDS ONE GUILTY OF CORRUPTION OVER MILLENIUM CHALLENGE ACCOUNT (MCA) FUNDS

On 17th October, 2017, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Mr. Robert Mgundo, Chairperson of Village Grievances Resolution Management Committee (VGRMC) at Senzani along the Phombeya-Nkhoma Overhead Lines Project in Ntcheu was soliciting money from Project Affected Persons. The project was implemented with funds from the Millennium Challenge Account (MCA). The Bureau investigations [...]
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CONSULTATIONS ON THE DRAFT NACS II

The Malawi Government, through the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), would like to update members of the public about the progress made in the NACS review process. The Drafting Committee which was put in place has come up with the first draft of the NACS II. In light of this development, the Oversight Committee which comprises representatives [...]

KUSAMUKA KWA OFESI ZA ACB KUCHOKA KU MA OFESI A NATIONAL BANK OF MALAWI KUPITA KU NYUMBA YA ABLE

Bungwe la Anti-Corruption Bureau likudziwitsa anthu onse kuti ma ofesi ake a ku Blantyre asamutsidwa kuchoka mu nyumba yomwe inali likulu lakale la National Bank kupita ku nyumba ya Able pa plot nambala BW180 m’mbali mwa msewu wa Hannover. Maofesiwa ali pafupi ndi sukulu ya Zokopa alendo ya Malawi Institute of Tourism. Bungwe la ACB [...]

RELOCATION OF ANTI-CORRUPTION BUREAU REGIONAL OFFICES IN BLANTYRE FROM THE NATIONAL BANK OF MALAWI BUILDING (OLD HEAD OFFICE) TO ABLE HOUSE

The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) wishes to inform members of the public and all stakeholders that it has relocated its Regional Offices in Blantyre from the National Bank of Malawi Building (Old Head Office) to Able House on Plot Number BW180, Hannover Street, Blantyre. Whilst some operational activities might have been affected by the relocation, the [...]

COURT SENTENCES INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS COURT OFFICIAL IN LILONGWE

On 13th March, 2014 the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Mr. Brian Katimba, Acting Registrar of the Industrial Relations Court in Lilongwe was soliciting an advantage from Burundian nationals. Two Burundian nationals sued Jesuit Relief Services at the Industrial relations Court for unfair dismissal. They were awarded K300,000.00 each as compensation by the [...]
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