Progress: Chakwera led Govt completes feasibility study for the Judicial Complex in LL

By Linda Kwanjana

Dreams for Malawi to have its own judicial complex in Lilongwe aimed at providing judicial services in the capital city under one roof, is slowly becoming a reality.

Currently land has been acquired, and feasibility studies have been completed and designs are being developed.

Some of Malawi Judges

The project involves construction of Judiciary Headquarters that has four components which include Judiciary headquarters that has Supreme Court of Appeal, six divisions of the High Court and administration block; Chief Justice’s residence, Sherriff warehouse; and Judiciary Training Institute.

This project is aimed at improving access to supreme and high court services as well as improved access to high court services.

The complex will also make availability of judicial administration services while at the same time making convenient facility for court users.

The project which started in May 2021 is expected to run till March 2028.

Currently K648,100,000 has been allocated and K120,000,000 has been used.