22 February 2018
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Karonga, July 17, 2017: A Kenyan Marianist Brother Michael Otieno has urged technical and vocational education graduates from different institutions in Malawi to help the country address unemployment by venturing into entrepreneurship. Speaking on Thursday during graduation ceremony of 155 students at Miracle Technical Institute in Karonga, Brother Otieno, said…
Lilongwe, July 14, 2017: Primary school teacher trainees will starting this year be spending more time in college acquiring academic knowledge than in classroom practicals. This is according to the new Initial Primary Teacher Education Curriculum and training program that will start being implemented in the 2017/2018 academic year in…
Lilongwe, July 5: The United States government plans to invest USD 90 Million for construction of secondary school classrooms with a goal of keeping girls in school and reducing high HIV prevalence rate among youths in Malawi. US Ambassador to Malawi Virginia Palmer said this on the sidelines of a…
Blantyre, June 23: President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has on Thursday appointed the new University of Malawi Council days after dissolving the old one for failure to resolve the Chancellor College Academic Staff standoff. According to a statement signed by Chief Secretary to the Government, Lloyd Muhara, the president has…
Nsanje, June 23: The youth in Nsanje have given two weeks to authorities to formulate and implement by-laws that will protect the rights of a girl child specifically on education. District Youth Chairperson, Seda Bonzo, said time has come for authorities to act on the challenges rocking the district’s girl…
Mzimba, June, 20, 2017: Civil Society Education Coalition (CSEC) has empowered District Education Networks with skills on how they can effectively track the use of funds channeled towards education sector at district level. This has come amid reports of misappropriation of funds that goes to education such as school improvement…
Lilongwe, June 19, 2017: Minister of Finance Goodall Gondwe has asked parliament to approve an extra K6 billion to enable the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology recruit primary school teachers. The minister made the request before parliament went into committee of supply through which various monetary allocations to various…
Chikwawa, June 18, 2017: Efforts to promote Early Childhood Development (ECD) activities in Chikwawa District are meeting a lot of hiccups due to lack of permanent infrastructure and training among caregivers. The development has so far affected over 27, 786 children in the district’s 325 Community Based Child Care Centers…
Lilongwe, June 18, 2017: The Bwaila Alumni Association on Friday took time to cheer, motivate, and award prizes to graduating students of Bwaila secondary School in Lilongwe alongside UNICAF University and publishers, Claim Limited. The colourful ceremony was marked by presentation of certificates to the graduating Form 4 students, performances…
Lilongwe, June 6: Construction of new additional facilities at Lilongwe Technical College is expected to be completed by the end of this year, government has said. The college is undergoing expansion with the addition of facilities like a football pitch, refrigeration workshop, eight classrooms, eight offices and a lecture theatre.…

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Hope as shadow women councilors gear up for 2019

Hope as shadow women councilors gear up for 2019

  Nkhata Bay, February 22, 2018: In the run up to 2014 tripartite elections, it was even hard to convince her husband to accept that a woman can assume a political office and govern a community. Narrate Her bid for the office of ward councilor met with stiff resistance from members of her own comm...