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Mulanje, May 16, 2019: The Malawi Network of Aids Services Organisation (Manaso) has commended Madalo and Malire Community Based Organisations for ending 46 child marriages and fighting gender based violence in Mulanje district. The organisation's Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, Snowden Bulla said on Monday during the Tikhale Tcheru project review…
Chiradzulu, May 15, 2019: Group Village Head (GVH) Maleta from Traditional Authority (T/A) Kadewere in Chiradzulu said she will start punishing parents who fail to send their children to school. Speaking in an interview on Tuesday, Maleta said a lot of children were not going to school even though there…
Balaka, May 15, 2019: Minister of Education Science and Technology Bright Msaka Monday asked contractors to government projects to work extra hard to ensure projects meet completion time. The Minister said this in Balaka when he laid a foundation stone at a place where government wants to construct a modern…
Blantyre, May 15, 2019: Malawi Investment Trade Centre (MITC) on Monday awarded Polytechnic students innovators for the Dubai Expo 2020 Malawi pavilion best design. The innovators were in three teams and the best of them all went away with U$4000 while the second and third pocketed U$2000 and U$1000 respectively.…
Chitipa, May 07, 2019: President Peter Mutharika has said that his government is on track to transform Malawi through the creation of jobs and businesses to the citizenry. Speaking after he officially opened a state-of-the-art Kasama technical college in Chitipa on Monday, President Mutharika said the technical colleges that are…
Blantyre, May 06, 2019: Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has dismissed some concerns making rounds on social media the female trainee teachers under IPTE 14 would be withdrawn when breastfeeding or about to deliver. Malawi News Agency (Mana) has independently established that female trainee teachers who are breastfeeding and…
Blantyre, May 6, 2019: Federation of Disability Organizations in Malawi (FEDOMA) has expressed satisfaction with the increase in the number of students with special needs who have been selected to public universities. In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana) Sunday in Blantyre, FEDOMA Head of Programmes, Simon Munde said…
Lilongwe, May 06, 2019: The European Union (EU) and Institute of Chartered Accountants in Malawi say they are committed to promoting accountancy course in colleges of the country, in a quest to encourage students to uphold professional standards after moving into their respective industries. EU Head of Cooperation, Lluis Navallo…
Machinga, May 2, 2019: Executive Director for Malawi National Association for the Deaf (MANAD), Byson Chimenya has said inclusive education would be meaningful to persons with hearing impairment once a dictionary on sign language is introduced in schools. He made the observation on Tuesday at Community Development Training Centre in…
 Nsanje, May 2, 2019: Traditional leaders in Nsanje have admitted that they were not doing enough in protecting girls to remain in schools. Traditional Authority (TA) Ngabu made the confession on Tuesday in Nsanje when Women Legal Resources Centre (WORLEC) conducted a sensitization meeting on child protection with chiefs and…
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Karonga, May 20, 2019: He had a vision to become a soldier and serve the nation one day. But that dream may never be realised following an illness he suffered at the age of four. Moffat Mwakitalima was born on 2nd April, 1988 in the family of Mr. and Mrs. Mwakitalima of Group Village Head Mweneyum...