26 April 2018
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Maganga: All is set Lilongwe, May 24: All is set for this year’s Junior Certificate of Education Examinations (JCE) with about 170,000 students expected to sit for the examinations which will start on Tuesday, May 26 and ending on Friday, June 5.  A statement from the Malawi National Examinations Board…
Lilongwe, May 22, 2015: Techno Brain Malawi, one of the prominent IT companies on Friday awarded certificates to Mkwichi and Lilongwe Girls Secondary School students after successfully completing a two week computer basic programs training. The two schools were identified after emerging victorious in a quiz competition which was organised…
President Mutharika and the First lady Getrude Mutharika opening the dance floor in style. Pic by Francis Mphweya Blantyre, May 17: President Professor Peter Mutharika on Saturday night reiterated his administration's commitment to creating a conducive environment for the girl-child to excel in education. Mutharika made the remarks at Sanjika…
Children at ECD Centre - File Photo Chikwawa, May 13: The Association of Early Childhood Development in Malawi has offered special trainings to infant primary school teachers in order to link Community Based Care Centers-CBCCs to primary schools in a bid to ensure transitioning of children.  Speaking to the Malawi…
    Airtel Managing Director Heiko Schlittke in red golf shirt inspects the inside of the newly constructed classrooms with the DEM. Pic By Brian Itai   Lilongwe, May 12, 2015; Airtel Malawi has handed over newly constructed school block comprising of five classrooms altogether to Salima LEA school as…
The girl child Machinga, May 8: Master Card Foundation Chief Executive Officer Reeta Roy and Campaign for Female Education (Camfed) founder and President Ann Cotton, are in the country for the organisation’s projects on girls' education in Machinga. Roy, Cotton and other top officials of other international education organizations arrived…
The President takes of the Speaker of Parliament after officially opening the session Lilongwe, April 7: President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika said Government is committed to provide quality and relevant education to all Malawians to enable them acquire relevant knowledge, skills, expertise and competencies to perform effectively as citizens.  The…
President Mutharika is conducted on a tour of a Carpentry and Joinery Workshop at Ngara Community Tech College - Pic by Stanley Makuti Zomba, May 6: Government is optimistic that the establishment of Community Colleges will spur opportunities for jobs among youths and eventually stimulate the country's economic growth.  Principal…
Some of the students during presentation of the petition - Pic by Andrew Mkonda Mzuzu, May 5: As a way of claiming back their lost integrity, Mzuzu University (Mzuni) students over the weekend presented a petition of apology to Mzuzu City Council on their misconduct during demonstrations they have been…
    Machinga, April 30, 2015; The Forum for African Women Educationalists in Malawi-Fawema has engaged teachers in Machinga to prepare 479 girls and women in Mathematics, Biology, Physical Science and English ahead of this year's Malawi School Certificate Education-MSCE examinations. The preparatory sessions are held every Friday. Fawema is…

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Good tobacco labour practices send children back to school

Good tobacco labour practices send children back to school

Kasungu, April 14, 2018: Tchesa Full Primary School in Kasungu east had less than 550 learners in 2012. The school saw most children shunning its doors because they had to help parents in tobacco production. Head teacher Zuze Mthiko says enrollment was very low compared to children’s population in...