19 November 2019
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Lilongwe, March 7, 2019: Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has reiterated its commitment in improving the quality of education in secondary schools. Minister of Education Science and Technology, Bright Msaka said this Friday when he opened the newly constructed Mbvunguti Secondary school Laboratory in Lilongwe, He emphasized on the…
Nsanje, March 7, 2019: Nsanje District Council has approved the demolition a classroom block at Phombwe Primary School which was constructed with funds amounting to K10 million under the District Development Fund (DDF) on grounds that the structure is a death trap to learners. The resolution was made on Thursday…
Phalombe, March 7, 2019: Chambe Secondary School in Mulanje Friday decorated best performing students and teachers as one way of nurturing best practices at the institution ahead of this year’s Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) examinations.   This is the second time the school has made the initiative with…
Zomba, March 6, 2019: University of Malawi has awarded degrees and doctorates to more women than men in the 2017/18 cohort as out of the 600 graduates, 430 were females including one doctorate in Rural Development and Extension. Malawi News Agency established this development on Wednesday at Chancellor College in…
Mzuzu, March 5, 2019: National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Trust will be undertaking peace CIVIC education in a bid to promote a violence free campaign period in the run up to May 21, tripartite elections.   NICE Trust Executive Director Ollen Mwalubunju said the monitoring exercise they have done…
Lilongwe, March 5, 2019: The Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB) has temporarily suspended the medical test policy for markers it wants to introduce following a meeting with Teachers Union of Malawi (TUM) on Thursday in Lilongwe. MANEB wants teachers selected to mark examinations to start undergoing medical checkup first before…
Lilongwe, March 1, 2019: Teachers Living Positive (T’LIPO) has expressed concern over Malawi Examinations Board’s (MANEB) decision to introduce a policy on fitness of markers saying it will have a negative impact on people that are HIV positive. T’LIPO is a group of teachers that have come out in the…
Blantyre, February 28, 2019: Ministry of Education, Science and Technology says it has started sending secondary school teachers for Technical Drawing, Wood Work and Metal Work for Continuous Professional Development (CPD) to the Malawi Polytechnic. In a press release issued on Monday, the CPD focuses at improving teachers’ pedagogy and…
Dowa, February 27, 2019: Civil Society Education Coalition (CSEC) is implementing a Budget- Tracking and Public Expenditure Tracking Survey (PETS) targeting primary schools in Dowa to establish how the schools are utilizing school funds. CSEC Head of Research, Monitoring and Evaluation, Peter Mike Kayenda disclosed this in an interview on…
Mzuzu, February 25, 2019: Over nine standard 8 learners at Kanthete Primary School, in Traditional Authority (TA) Timbiri, Nkhata Bay are accommodated at teachers’ houses due to long distance they cover between home and school. Kanthete Primary School head teacher, Catherine Shaba, said in an interview that some learner’s walk…

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Meet MUST’s first female genius

Meet MUST’s first female genius

Lilongwe, November 18, 2019: Her love for science subjects begun when she was in Form 2 at Mwanza Secondary School where most of other girls shunned the sciences. “I wanted to be different,” says Eneless Rasheedah Nsamila who has lived her dream to be among a few female scientists in the country. ...