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Political class in turmoil

Ralph Kasambara, who was Justice Minister in October, is now in custody charged in conjunction with his associate Pika Manondo with the attempted murder of Mphwiyo...


Shooting triggers reshuffle

The circle of those affected by the scandal has grown and President Banda sacked her entire cabinet on 10 October before reappointing most of them on 15 October – with two notable exceptions: Finance Minister Ken Lipenga and Justice Minister Ralph Kasambara remain out in the cold...

Manondo was an aide to Ralph Kasambara, who denies any link to Manondo or the shooting of Mphwiyo...


Banda takes on her deputy

No date has yet been set for the hearing on the injunction and the Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Ralph Kasambara, is in no hurry to resolve the issue...


Pressure mounts on Mutharika

Ralph Kasambara is voicing the concern of many when he warns of a campaign of intimidation against civil society activists by criminals hired by the party in power...


The rot at the top

Rumours of treason, assassination plots and arrests swirl around Muluzi and his UDF lieutenants Brown Mpinganjira, Humphrey Mvula, Friday Jumbe, George Nga Mtafu and, now, former Attorney General Ralph Kasambara...


Bingu's gamble

Attorney General Ralph Kasambara talks creatively of a 'constructive resignation', i...


Government versus party

On the side of the increasingly popular President and semi-detached from the UDF, are his new appointees: the State House Chief of Staff, Ken Zikhale ('Let it be') Ng'oma; DPP Ishmael Wadi; Attorney General Ralph Kasambara; Minister of Economic Planning David Faiti; Finance Minister Goodall Gondwe; and the army and police chiefs, Mark Chiziko and Mary Nangwale...


New brooms

The well regarded Gustav Kaliwo is tipped to be the new police chief, alongside a new Attorney General, Ralph Kasambara, a lawyer and part-time lecturer on constitutional matters...


Spot the difference

Other small parties include: businessman George Mnetsa's Malawi Forum for Unity and Development (Mafunde); the Progressive People's Movement (PPM), founded by Ralph Kasambara and Jimmy Koreia-Mpatsa and now led by veteran politicians Aleke Banda and Muluzi's recently resigned Vice-President, Justin Malewezi; and Kamuzu Chibambo's People's Transformation Party (Petra)...


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