Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera on Monday sacked his entire cabinet over graft concerns, vowing to “confront all forms of lawless conduct by public officials [and] announce a reconfigured cabinet in two days”. He also insisted that the reconfigured cabinet will exclude Minister of Lands Kezzie Msukwa, who was arrested last month in a bribery case, “allow[ing] him to answer the corruption charges he is facing in court and clear his name”. This, the AFP news agency reports, follows meetings last week with the Episcopal Conference of Malawi and the Public Affairs Committee, which comprises church groups that act as a government watchdog, both of which expressed concern over the president’s indecisiveness in fighting corruption.