MISA Malawi Vice Chairperson Mandy Pondani is in Zambia for General Elections observation. Pondani is part of a six-member MISA Regional Mission observing media and freedom of expression landscape during that country’s General Elections. Zambians are voting to elect...
Media, elections & good governance
Two MISA Malawi trainers are part of the three-member team of trainers facilitating a five-day virtual training on voter-centred election reporting. The trainers, Anderson Fumulani and Gregory Gondwe are part of DW Akademie-trained MISA Malawi trainer pool. The third...
MACRA officials have promised to review the decision before the end of the week beginning June 17, 2019.
MISA Malawi finds MACRA’s decision unwarranted and a very serious violation of media freedom and freedom of expression, which the supreme law of the country, the Malawi Constitution, fully recognises.
We also would like to urge all journalists to cover the elections professionally.
The general public and stakeholders are also notified that the starting time for the debate has changed from 6 to 7:30 pm.
Four presidential candidates willl take part in the second Malawi Presidential Debate 2019 on Tuesday, April 2, 2019.
The third and final debate, slated for April 5, will involve all eight 2019 presidential candidates.
Prior to their respective debates, all candidates will be asked to sign a pledge of non-violence.
This change is a result of overwhelming feedback from electoral stakeholders.