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BAIL CONDITIONS FOR Eng. HIWA

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT : EGRITA M. NDALA DATE : 21st JUNE, 2017 PHONE : 0 888 828 397 On 21st June, 2017, the Anti-Corruption Bureau took Eng, Hiwa to Lilongwe Magistrate’s Court. He was released on bail on the following conditions: • Produced to the Court the sum of K200,000.00 cash • [...]
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ACB Malawi hosted the heads of ACAs 2017 meeting

7th Commonweal th Regional Conference for Heads of Anti- Corruption Agencies in Africa,29 May – 2 June 2017 COMMUNIQUÉ 1. WE, the Heads and Representatives of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Commonwealth Africa, meeting at the 7th Regional Conference of Heads of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Africa hosted by the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) Malawi, organised by the Commonwealth [...]
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ACB ARRESTS PRINCIPAL SCIENTIST AT THE DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN LILONGWE

In April, 2017, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that the Acting Director of Science and Technology in the Ministry of Education in Lilongwe had abused his office by using a Government Cheque to repay a personal loan. The Anti- Corruption Bureau instituted investigations which established that Mr. Patrick Mphadzula had used a Government [...]
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COURT CONVICTS ZOMBA CITY COUNCIL STAFF OVER NAC FUNDS

In September, 2008, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Mr. Nkombezi (Accounts Clerk) and Mrs. Mchombo District AIDS Coordinator for Zomba City Assembly misappropriated the sum of K3,487,350.00 National AIDS Commission Funds meant for the training of care givers. The Anti-Corruption Bureau instituted investigations into the matter. It established that Mrs. Mchombo was [...]
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STATEMENT BY THE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF ACB ON THE MEDIA BRIEFING

SALUTATIONS The Deputy Director General Mr. Reyneck Matemba The Director of Investigations Mr. Dan Mponda The Director of Public Education Mrs. Charity Mphande The Acting Director of Legal and Prosecutions The Senior Public Relations Officer Members of the Press Ladies and Gentlemen I would like to welcome you all to this press briefing which has [...]

ACB ARRESTS FORMER PARLIAMENT SECURTY ASSISTANT, MAXWELL KOMWA

The Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Maxwell Komwa a Senior Security Assistant at the National Assembly used ghost workers to corruptly obtain money from the National Assembly. The Bureau instituted investigation which established that Maxwell Komwa had inserted names of civilians on the list of hired police officers for his personal benefit. On [...]
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ACB INTERVIEWS DEPUTY SPEAKERS IN LILONGWE

On 18th February, 2016 the Anti-Corruption Bureau summoned the Second Deputy Speaker of Parliament Honourable Dr. Clement Chiwaya to its offices in Lilongwe where he was interviewed. On 19th February, 2016, the Bureau interviewed the First Deputy Speaker Honourable Esther Mcheka Chilenje in relation to the ongoing investigation in relation to the issue of housing [...]

ACB ARRESTS MR. FUMBANI MHANGO OF FIU IN LILONGWE

On 12th September 2013 the Anti- Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Government Officers at Capital Hill were making illegal entries into the Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS) with intent to defraud Malawi Government. The Bureau has established that Mr. Fumbani Mhango, (Manager, Monitoring & Analysis) at the Financial Intelligence Unit abused his [...]

COURT FINDS TWO GUILTY IN KASUNGU BUT DOES NOT CONVICT THEM

In 2010 the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that police officers in Kasungu solicited and received K10, 000.00 from three farmers in order for the police officers to release subsidized seed which they had confiscated from the farmers. The Anti-Corruption Bureau instituted investigations into the matter. It was established that that police officers James [...]

COURT FINDS TWO GUILTY IN BLANTYRE

On 26th August, 2011 the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Kennedy Jamu, a debt collector corruptly solicited and received K10, 000.00 in order for re-opening a shop which was closed by Blantyre City Council. The accused was arrested on 27th August 2011 under surveillance after he had received K5,000.00. He was taken to [...]