19 November 2017
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Dowa, October 5, 2017: Dowa District Council has expressed concern over increasing reports that some primary school Head Teachers and School Management Committees are allegedly involved in the misuse of School Improvement Grant (SIG) in the district. Speaking during a District Executive Council meeting on the Council’s Output Based Budget…
Mangochi, October 06, 2017: Principal Secretary (PS) in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Dr. Ken Ndala, says government has made progress on inclusive education as enrolment for children with special needs has tremendously increased in the country. Ndala made the revelation in an interview with Malawi News Agency…
A teacher in class Mangochi, October 06, 2017: Principal Secretary (PS) in the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Dr. Ken Ndala, says government has made progress on inclusive education as enrolment for children with special needs has tremendously increased in the country. Ndala made the revelation in an interview…
Blantyre, October 05, 2017: Executive Director for the Association of Early Childhood Development in Malawi (AECDM), Archie Malisita has expressed concern over the increasing number of early childhood centres operating in Blantyre, which he noted were doing so without following proper guidelines.  Malisita said the mushrooming of early childhood development…
Kasungu, October 4, 2017: School dropouts in Kasungu district have been given a lifeline thanks to a project by Save the Children called Youth in Action (YiA). The project has helped the young people who dropped out of school and were just staying at home doing nothing by giving them…
Mzuzu, October 3, 2017: The Technical Entrepreneurial, Vocational Education and Training Authority (Teveta) says starting from January next year, all technical education students will start writing standardized examinations to ensure uniformity and avoid duplication. Teveta’s Acting Executive Director, Wilson Makulumiza Nkhoma said the current situation of administering differing examinations is…
Machinga, October 02, 2017: Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR), says there is need for girls to be empowered to remain focused in pursuit of various aspirations in life. CHRR Yes I Do Project Officer for Machinga, Stain Katuli made the remarks on Saturday at Liwonde Primary School during…
Mwanza, September 30, 2017: Minister of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development, Francis Kasaila has said government would construct 29 Community Technical Colleges by the end of 2018, a development which would see each district having its own facility. The Minister disclosed this Friday in Mwanza when he received one…
The only water  tap at school is dry Nkhotakota, September 27, 2017: Learners and teachers at Dwangwa Primary School in Nkhotakota are at risk of being exposed to waterborne diseases as the institution has stayed over a year without water and all toilets were vandalized. A visit by this reporter…
Zomba, September 27, 2017: About 3,000 young people who do not possess a minimum entry qualification into generic technical colleges are going to be trained in various technical skills. This will be made possible through a three year project called ‘Hope for the Youth’ to be implemented by Catholic Development…

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'Opposition is not just about ranting'

'Opposition is not just about ranting'

The statement by the Leader of Opposition in Parliament Rev. Dr. Lazarus Chakwera made in response to the address that His Excellency, President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika made during the opening of the occasion of opening the 47th Session of Parliament cannot go without comment. From the out...