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ACB ARRESTS FOREIGNERS FOR ILLEGAL ENTRY INTO MALAWI

On 4th November, 2018 the Anti-Corruption Bureau in conjunction with the Malawi Police Service arrested twenty (20) people from Pakistan and their Pakistani agents in Malawi. They were arrested after they entered Malawi through Kamuzu International Airport using illegally obtained visas. This is a continuation of investigations by the Bureau on allegations of connivance among [...]
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COURT FINDS FORMER MANGOCHI DC AND FOUR OTHERS WITH CASE TO ANSWER OVER LDF FUNDS

In September, 2016, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that senior officers at Mangochi District Council had been abusing Local Development Fund (LDF) funds by drawing hefty night allowances for trips which were never undertaken. The Anti- Corruption Bureau instituted investigations which established that the District Commissioner for Mangochi District Council approved payment of [...]
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ACB ARRESTS CHIZUZU IN BLANTYRE

On 12th October, 2018 the Malawi Police Service and the Anti-Corruption Bureau arrested Mr. Enoch Chizuzu for corruptly offering unspecified amounts of money to a Police Officer in order for the police officer to facilitate the release of a Pakistani who is in custody for illegal entry into Malawi. He was taken to Blantyre Magistrates [...]
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ACB ARRESTS ANDERSON UNDANI (FORMER MP FOR ZOMBA-MALOSA CONSTITUENCY) AND MR. PANGANI NAZOMBE

On 1st October, 2018 the Anti-Corruption Bureau arrested Mr. Anderson Undani (former MP for Zomba Malosa Constituency) and Mr. Pangani Nazombe for corruption. The Anti-Corruption Bureau investigations had established that Mr. Undani did not deliver materials for the construction of Mapalo F.P. School, abused CDF funds meant for a project at Domasi CCAP Primary school [...]
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ACB ARRESTS FORMER MONKEY BAY POLICE OFFICER IN MACHINGA

On 9th January, 2014, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Police officer Chawanangwa Kayira of Monkey Bay Police Station was demanding sums of money in order for him to release suspects on police bail. The Bureau conducted investigations which established that police officer Kayira had received K48, 000.00 from two people. On 13th [...]
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COURTS FINDS MP FOR MZIMBA HOLA WITH A CASE TO ANSWER

On 7th September, 2010, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received an allegation that Hon. Christopher Mzomera Ngwira, MP for Mzimba Hola Constituency presented invoices from YOGI and Mzimba Hardware on pretext that they had supplied building materials for Lukwelukwe School Project which was funded by LDF under M’mbelwa District Council. The Anti- Corruption Bureau conducted investigations into [...]
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SPEECH BY MINISTRY OF YOUTH REPRESENTATIVE AT YOUTH FORUM

The ACB Director General, Mr Matemba The Director of Public Education, Mrs. Charity Mphande ALL the ACB Staff present, The young people here present, The Director of Ceremonies, Members of the press is present, Ladies and gentlemen As a Ministry responsible for youth, we are greatly honoured this morning to attend this official opening ceremony [...]
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SPEECH BY ACB DIRECTOR GENERAL AT YOUTH FORUM

REMARKS BY THE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE ANTI-CORRUPTION BUREAU, MR. REYNECK MATEMBA ON THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE NATIONAL YOUTH FORUM AT LINDE MOTEL ON 30TH MAY, 2018 • The Chief Youth Officer for the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture Mr. Deus Lupenga • The Director of Public Education and all Directors from the [...]
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ACB CONDUCTS NATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION YOUTH FORUM

In its quest to engage the youth in the fight against corruption, the AntiCorruption Bureau has organized the first National Anti-Corruption Youth Forum. It will be held at Linde Motel in Mponela on 30th and 31st May, 2018. The theme of the forum will be: Integrating the Youth in the fight against corruption. The main [...]
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COURT SENTENCES 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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