Fellow comrades, I have been on the road having no space to contribute to the important issues of our continent and motherland Malawi. On this short note I would like to accuse politicians who when pestered they go on the platform to start roaring as Lions and begin to threaten that they will reveal thieves and corrupt moguls. This is the stupid peak of politics for we listen to them when they lie this way. Recently Malawi vice president Saulos Chilima threatened to reveal the people in construction industry that…Read More
Malawi’s Vice President Saulos Chilima has joined hands with Friends of Limbani, a taskforce of professionals in various fields, to raise funds in support of ailing veteran journalist Limbani Moya.
Moya was diagnosed with kidney failure in 2012 and has since then been undergoing treatment at various hospitals in the country and South Africa.
He currently goes for dialysis at Mwaiwathu Private Hospital using a combination of self funding and Medical Aid Society of Malawi (MASM) health insurance, according to taskforce’s chairperson Anthony Kasunda..Read More
LILONGWE (AGV) — Malawi vice president Saulos Chilima has been implicated in the cashgate scandal, Malawi’s historical fraud which saw over US$100 million of public money getting lost in inexplicable means between 2012 and 2013.
Chilima had tight business links with one Maxwell Namata, one of the big fishes considered to have played major roles in the scam when he was still at Airtel Malawi — working as Managing Director.Read More
Blantyre, Malawi, Feb. 10 (AGV) _ Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate in Malawi’s May 20 elections Prof. Peter Mutharika has picked marketer Saulos Chilima, as his running mate.
Chilima, 41, is the Managing Director of the mobile phone company, Airtel Malawi.
“The elections this year I think they will be crucial for the future of this country, it will be a turning point for you’re aware of the problems we are facing in this country,” said Mutharika after presenting his nomination papers to Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) chairman justice Maxon Mbendera.Read More