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Harvey
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NDANI sadziwa kuti Times ndi ya Mcp. Just ban all adverts akadye ku Kongelesi awa

mlomwe ozipenta
Guest

ana achititsa manyazi mbuyawo. Hahahahahaha

Chimbwetekule
Guest

No need for the apology.

Ade
Guest

Those of you criticising Times for what it did are idiots. you have never opened your mouth to accuse MBC for abusing its power. Times is a private media, but MBC is a public media. Why do you allow it to take sides. Dausi has just told you that they have got video clips of MCP which they will show the nation.

Phillip Business
Guest

Though times has apologised, we have already spotted the difference and this picture will never go away. These people really went to school, they know about agenda setting theory .

Hatton
Guest

It’s good that the paper has apologized but this is not the only apology people are waiting for. There are so many apologies the paper has to offer. For example the same paper told Malawians that K9.5 billion was stolen in the maize transaction involving ADMARC. It would appear no money was lost, Brian Banda was suspended for minor offenses. we expect Kasakula to face the same treatment. He ought to have noted that the publication was partisan before printing.
We are also expecting Mkaka to complain to the regulator.

santana
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Apologies for saying the truth? Kasakula knows that Government under DPP is the big customer of this paper. Most of government offices buy this paper as well as advertising in it. If the DPP as the party in power thinks to stop government from doing any business with Times Group it will be mayiwaweeee. Kasakula akudziwa sikuti wapusa kupepesaku ayi. Only that Kasakula was stupid in blaming DPP a thing which every party in Malawi has done when in power. When you are a fanatic you do everything to show your love on it. Even in football people do it… Read more »
Lupwito
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No Need to apologise shatap & ahyupit

Sloan
Guest

ku pepesa kuli apo….nkhani ikuti spot the difference..lol……besides that Mutharika Broadcasting Cooperation nde izitukwana anthu eti…mxiii

Panganani
Guest

I join my brother Kingsley is saluting George Kasakula. When a mistake has been made, be human enough to own up to it and apologize for a better society. This notwithstanding, I wonder why MBC TV and Radio as well as some Radio in Area 3 in Lilongwe that are DEEPLY PARTISAN are not accused of the same. Let us be fair and point fingers where this is necessary to correct.

Once again, I salute George and the Times Group Management for making an apology on facts that depict the truth between the two parties regarding the YOUTH IN MALAWI.