Concluded Cases

 

  • Court Convicts Hostile Witness
    In 2007, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that chairpersons of vendors at the new Mzuzu planks market solicited sums of money from applicants who wanted to be allocated business places in the market in order for the chairpersons to allocate them places in the market.

  • Anti-Corruption Bureau arrests Police Officers
    In 2009, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that police officers at Ntaja Police Post corruptly solicited various sums of money totalling about K146, 000.00 from suspects in order to release them on police bail.

  • ACB arrests Agriculture Staff (Kabotolo) and Village Headman Kayesa (Paul Walaza) in Mchinji
    In 2009, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received complaint alleging that Elijah Kabotolo, Agricultural Extension Development Officer (AEDO) and Paul Walaza (village headman Kayesa) created a ghost village known as Makhula/ Kayesa 2 village in Mchinji during the 2008/09 season.

  • Court convicts Ministry Of Agriculture Staff (Kanyambwala) in Salima over 2007/08 Subsidy
    The Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that some ministry of Agriculture staff in Salima registered nonexistent villages during the 2007/ 2008 Farm Input Subsidy Progamme Registration.

  • Court convicts surveyor general’s staff (Mndalasini And Kumwenda) in Lilongwefor corruption
    In 2010 the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging corrupt practices by staff at the Department of Surveyor General Headquarters in Lilongwe in the processing of title deeds.

  • Court convicts VH Kamphata and Businessman over forty eight bags of subsidized fertilizer
    On 29th November, 2012 the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint from Tip-Offs Anonymous that some people were keeping different amounts of bags of subsidized fertilizer at Kamphata in Lilongwe.

  • Anti-Corruption Bureau arrests Emmanuel Yesaya Mazalale in Lilongwe
    On 5th October, 2011, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that there were corrupt activities at Accountant General’s Office involving loss of public resources in excess of MK400 million.

  • Court convicts Police Prosecutor Kabanga in Lilogwe
    On 9th February, 2010 the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Charles Kabanga a police prosecutor at Kawale Police solicited K4, 000.00 but received K3, 000.00 in order for him to discontinue prosecuting an assault case against Madalitso Kabango.

  • Court acquits Mchinji District Hospital Transport Officer
    On 16th August, 2008 the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging abuse of funds at Mchinji District Hospital.

  • Court convicts three Road Traffic Officers Mollen, Mtimuni and Kumwenda
    In October, 2009 the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Road Traffic Officers at Road Traffic Offices in Lilongwe fraudulently and corruptly effected change of ownership of a Toyota Land Cruiser registration number MH 9999.

  • Court convicts National Statistics Officer, Willie Kachaka
    In 2008, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received information alleging massive corruption in the hiring of vehicles for the 2008 Population and Housing Census.

  • Anti-Corruption Bureau arrests T/A Dambe and another person in Mchinji
    The Anti-Corruption Bureau received information alleging corrupt practices by T/A Dambe of Mchinji that he is receiving various sums of money from people in order to install them as village headmen. The complaint further alleged that the T/A is demanding money to allocate people land.

  • ACB arrests Maxwell Kalele
    The Anti-Corruption Bureau received information alleging that Maxwell Kalele was soliciting money from the owner of a private school in order for him not to report the school to Malawi Revenue Authority and ESCOM for not remitting taxes and illegal electricity connection respectively.

  • Court convicts Village Headman Loti in Thyolo
    The Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Winosi Dailesi who was village headman Loti in the area of TA Mchilamwela in Thyolo district received two goats and unspecified sums of money in order for Dailesi to relocate Paul Lebwede and the late Kalilombe. Levison Makhasu and Mr. Bwanali were supposed to relocate to Makande following a Government decision to carry out a project on a land occupied by Makhasu and Bwanali.

  • Court convicts Sinyangwe, Simuchimba cnd Silwamba in Chitipa
    In 2010, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that three noble counsellors of GVH Nkombanyama of T/A Mwaulambiya in Chitipa namely: Nicholas Sinyangwe, Charles Simuchimba and Reuben Silwamba, demanded and received K5, 000 from Alfred Sibale to allow Sibale to bury his son in the community's graveyard.

  • Court acquits Village Headman Mwanga in Chitipa
    On 20th September, 2006, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that village headman Mwanga (Fraser Simfukwe) demanded money from a plot owner who wanted to build a house on a plot he had bought in his village.

  • Court acquits T/A Mphonde in Nkhotakota
    On 2nd December 2008 and 22nd June, 2009, The Anti-Corruption Bureau received complaints alleging that T/A Mphonde of Nkhotakota demands money from those who want to be installed as Village Headmen and Group Village Headmen.

  • Court finds two Police Officers guilty but discharges them in Mchinji
    In 2007, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that police officers Chisuse, Nthengu and four others of Mchinji Police Station received K8, 000.00 from Ndikonde Mtsinde in order to release seven bags of subsidised fertilizer which they had confiscated from him.

  • Anti-Corruption Bureau arrests Kasiyamaliro, former roads foreman in Mwanza
    In 2009, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received information alleging that Francis Kasiyamaliro Roads Foreman at Mwanza Public Works Office abused his position by including names of people who never worked on a road project in order to receive the wages for his personal advantage.

  • Court convicts Grace Bande (Teacher) in Thyolo
    In 2009, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Grace Samson Bande a teacher at Mpinji Primary School in Thyolo abused her office by giving her husband unpublished tender information.

  • Anti-Corruption Bureau arrests MRA tax assessor and Johnson & Wilson company Auditor
    On 10th May, 2013, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received information alleging that a Malawi Revenue Authority tax assessor was demanding K70, 000.00 in order to prepare a tax clearance certificate to a business entity.

  • Court convicts Thondwe’s Police Officer Kazula
    On 6th April, 2010, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that police officer Siselo Kazula of Thondwe Police station was engaging in various corrupt practices while discharging his duties as a police officer.

  • Court convicts Police Officer Kalema in Phalombe
    In 2010, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that police officer Alexander Kalema of Phalombe Police Station solicited K36, 000.00 but received K18, 000.00 in order to release six suspects on police bail.

  • Court convicts Police Officer Mloiwa in Blantyre
    In December, 2010, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that police officer Felix Mloiwa of Mpemba Police Unit solicited money in order to release three suspects on police bail.

  • Court convicts MARDEF Credit Officer and Acquits Bank Supervisor in Thyolo
    On 22nd March, 2012, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received a complaint alleging that Mr. John Chatonda Kalua, Malawi Rural Development Fund (MARDEF) Credit Officer for Thyolo District demands money in order to introduce loan beneficiaries to Banks.

  • Court convicts (retired) Police Officer Macjose Mwale in Blantyre
    On 6th January, 2011, the Anti-Corruption Bureau arrested Sub-Inspector MacJose Mwale of Lunzu police unit for soliciting K5, 000.00 and receiving K3, 000.00 in order for him to release Gilbert Chithumba and Rodrick Saiti on police bail.

  • Court acquits Police Officer Chikalipo in Blantyre
    In 2008, the Anti-Corruption Bureau received complaint alleging that Police Officer Depolisi Andrew Chikalipo of Blantyre Police Station solicited K100, 000.00 but reiceived K10, 000.00 from Elton Chatepa in order to release Elton, Dyson and Madalitso Chatepa all homicide case suspects on police bail.

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