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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…
Chitipa, April 30, 2019: Kasama Community Technical College, an innovative college constructed along the gorgeous plateaus of Mafinga Hills in Chitipa, is ready for commissioning. A visit by Malawi News Agency to the site over the weekend organized by officials from Technical, Entrepreneurial and Vocational Education Training Authority (TEVETA), indicated…
Blantyre, April 29, 2019: Malawi Institute of Journalism (MIJ) has announced it will start a Degree Journalism programme by July this year (2019) and that preparations are at an advanced stage for the same. MIJ Executive Director, Anthony Phanga revealed the development Friday in Blantyre during the graduation of 447…
Nsanje, April 26, 2019: Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) has expressed concern over inadequate funding for civic and voter education, saying the situation could have a negative impact on the outcome of the May 21 tripartite elections. CCJP Chikwawa Diocesan Secretary, Louis Nsiyadungu raised the concern on Tuesday…
Salima, April 15, 2019: Visually impaired learners from 12 resource centres across the country will find school life easy. This follows a donation of 153 Braille Note takers and Book Readers, worth K8 million, computerised gadgets by a Kenyan based Non-Governmental Organization NGO Kilimanjaro Blind Trust Africa (KBTA). According to…
Chitipa, April 14, Mana: District education manager's office in Chitipa has hailed Nutrition and Access to Primary Education (NAPE) program, by Afikepo for improving enrolment of pupils in schools. Speaking during a visit by delegates from the European Union at Ishalikira Primary School, District School Health and Nutrition Coordinator, Vitima…
Lilongwe, April 13, 2019: President Prof. Peter Mutharika has said his government wants to make sure that secondary education to basic education in the country. He said this Friday during the 2019 youth Innovation Awards held at Bingu International Convention centre (BICC) in Lilongwe. Mutharika noted that in order to…

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STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS

STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS

CONSOLIDATING OUR GAINS FOR RAPID TRANSFORMATION. STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS HIS EXCELLENCY PROFESSOR ARTHUR PETER MUTHARIKA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI On the occasion of the STATE OPENING OF THE 1ST MEETING IN THE 48TH SESSION OF PARLIAMENT Madam Speaker, we come to this house every fiv...