19 April 2019
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BLANTYRE, September 17, 2018: The Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Henry Mussa, has urged all the players and stakeholders in the tourism industry to consider putting low prices on the products and services being offered. He made the call during the Blantyre Tourism Street Carnival on Saturday which is…
Mulanje, September 15, 2018: Government has commenced construction of new Msika wa Njala Market in Mulanje in a bid to ensure that people have modern facilities, including markets. Member of Parliament for Mulanje Bale where the market is being constructed, Victor Musowa, during the launch of construction works of the…
Blantyre, September 15, 2018: Construction of community technical colleges across the country, a brain child of President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika, has started to bring tangible fruits three years down from the program’s introduction. Speaking on Friday during a phone interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana), Deputy Principal for Kapondo…
Blantyre, September15, 2018: Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining has said Malawi Rural Electrification Programme (MAREP) phase nine will start next year in 2019.  The ministry’s Spokesperson, Sangwani Phiri disclosed this in an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Friday, “MAREP phase nine will start in 2019 as…
Blantyre, September 14, 2018:The Competition and Fair Trade Commission (CFTC) has  appealed to all oil marketing companies to ensure that their filling station attendants do not engage in any form of deceptive conduct aimed at duping motorists.  In a public notice dated September 11,2018 CFTC Executive Director, Charlotte Malonda said…
Mzuzu, September 13, 2018: Mzuzu Motorcycle Union has asked all motorbike taxi operators in the city to join the union for them to be recognized. The union’s chairperson, Moffat Harawa, was speaking Wednesday at Mzuzu Upper Stadium during a meeting with the motorcycle operators in the city. He said motorcycling…
Mchinji, September 13, 2018: Palliative Care Association of Malawi (PACAM) on Wednesday distributed 10 bicycles to Tiyanjane Community Based Organisation that works on home based care in Mchinji. Speaking during the handover ceremony, PACAM District Support Project Director, Fred Chiputula said the donation would ease transportation challenges that volunteers were…
Lilongwe, September 13, 2018: Umuthi Natural Herbal Company has donated 100 reflectors to bicycle tax operators in Lilongwe aiming at preventing cyclists from accidents. Speaking during the presentation of a donation at Shire Primary School ground in Area 49 in Lilongwe, Operations Manager, Chiyambi Mazengera said this was part of…
Lilongwe, September 13, 2018: A Lilongwe based Twice Alive Ceramics Investments Company is imparting skills among unwaged youths through craftwork as one way of reducing unemployment levels in Malawi. Twice alive ceramics Investments Company started in 2014 as a dream by a young entrepreneur a Chancellor College graduate based in…
Machinga, September 13, 2018: A Youth Organization in Machinga has applauded government for the internship program it has introduced, saying it would help to reduce exposure of the youth to risk behaviors. In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) on Wednesday, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for Liwonde based Youth…

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Making learning exciting through MESIP

Mangochi, April 15, 2019: Like the rest of the girls in her class, reaching Standard 8 was the most exciting experience for 15-year-old Hajira, a learner at Nansato Primary School under Chiponde Zone in Mangochi District. For a girl facing the realities of life that come with puberty, Hajira and th...