August 2020

Trouble Chinungu a former employee of KK Security can now afford to smile as the Malawi Legal Aid Bureau assisted him with his employment case.

Phillimon Sakala was accused of the offence of theft. Sakala sought legal aid from Malawi Legal Aid Bureau and the matter was assigned to Legal Aid Bureau’s counsel Humphrey Panyanja.

The case of Tenga Ngulu continues to highlight the drive that the Bureau has to assist vulnerable people in the country including people living with albinism.

Mabvuto Magalasi spent three (3) years on remand without having his case heard. He was arrested and charged on allegations of murdering a friend and neighbor by poisoning.

The Director and The Deputy Director for Malawi Legal Aid Bureau on Tuesday the 4th of August 2020, met His Excellency the State President of this country Dr.