17 August 2018
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  Lilongwe, February 3, 2018: The First Lady Professor Gertrude Mutharika on Saturday presented a donation of 400 pieces of musical instruments worth around K720Million to six selected schools in the country from Chinese students. The schools which were selected on their aptitude are Chancellor College, St Mary’s, Mary Mount,…
Blantyre, February 2, 2018: Days after the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) listed Blantyre International University (BIU) among those currently not accredited; the school has expressed its determination to reclaim its accreditation status once the recommended improvement plan is implemented. NCHE revoked accreditation for BIU last year and ordered…
Kasungu, February 01, 2018: Kasungu Teachers College students who are on teaching practices in different Central Eastern Education Division Zone districts are boycotting their work due to unpaid allowances. According to some of the student teachers they are supposed to receive a monthly allowance of K 20, 000, but it…
Salima, January 31, 2018: School dropout among girl learners at Chigolo Primary school in the area of Traditional Authority Bibi Kuluunda in Salima is expected to come to an end after Assemblies of God (AG) Care sunk a borehole and constructed modern latrines. The borehole and two latrines with change…
Phalombe, January 31, 2018: Partial involvement of parents in early childhood development (ECD) programmes is said to be a great setback weighing down full development of children in Phalombe District. Executive Director for New Life Anointed Ministries in Phalombe, Bishop Christopher Kapito said this on Monday at Kambale Village in…
Nkhata Bay, January 29, 2018: Petroleum Importers Limited (PIL) Friday donated assorted schoolbooks worth K1.5 million to Chisu Community Day Secondary School in Nkhata Bay District. PIL’s Health Safety Security and Environmental Manager Constance Msungeni said the company understands that most public schools have inadequate learning facilities despite high demand.…
Salima, January 29, 2018: Salima District Community Development Office has complained about men shunning adult literacy Regenerated Frerian Literacy Empowering Community Techniques (REFLECT) Programme in the district due to shyness. The district’s community development officer, Francis Banda said on Tuesday during a graduation ceremony of 339 men and women who…
  Lilongwe, January 24, 2018: The Minister of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining, Aggrey Masi on Tuesday advised caregivers in Mtandire, Lilongwe to be role models to their learners. He said this when he made a donation of school materials to Chimbalame and St Michaels nursery schools in the area.…
  Zomba, Jan 23, 2018:  First Lady Prof. Gertrude Mutharika Tuesday retaliated on the need to promote education in the country for continued development. She made the remarks during the official opening of two Community Secondary Schools in Zomba which built by Save the Children at Tillie and Bevlee with…
Mzuzu, January 16, 2018: Maranatha Academy says it will offer scholarships to students who scored six points in last year’s Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) from all schools to study at Malawi University of Science and Technology (Must). The academy’s head teacher Deborah Kawaye told Malawi News Agency (Mana)…

Features

500 smart villages receive satellite television access

500 smart villages receive satellite television access

Nkhata Bay, August 16, 2018: Isaac Damian of Chokola 1 village in traditional authority Tengani in Nsanje district and his family are speechless at what President Peter Mutharika and his government have done for them.    For the first time in their life, they have access to satellite televis...