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Lilongwe, January 30, 2019: Dentscher Volkshochschul Verband (DVV) International, the German adult education association on Tuesday pledged to continue promoting adult education in the country. DDV International Regional Director for Southern Africa, David Harrington made the pledged when his organization donated various items worth K 13 million to National Centre…
Salima, January 30,2019:  Minister of Labour, Youth Sports and Manpower Development, Grace Chiumia has confirmed that delayed funding of the second phase of the construction project of Salima Community Technical College has dragged the whole project which was supposed to be completed in December, 2018. She made the sentiments when…
Lilongwe, January 21, 2019: Malawi Education Sector Improvement Programme (MESIP) desk officers were last week trained in basic news writing and photography for them to contribute quality human interest stories about the project to the programme’s magazine. Ministry of Education, Science & Technology (MoEST), with financial support from the Global…
Lilongwe, January 20, 2019.  A Mzuzu University (Mzuni) graduate is running a free adult literacy programme in his home village in Mangochi District as a contribution to the society he lives in, Malawi News Agency (Mana) has established. Anafi Geofrey, 26, graduated from Mzuni last year with a Bachelor’s degree…
Phalombe, January 20, 2019. The Shire Highlands Education Division (SHED) Friday awarded 31 students and 70 teachers for their outstanding performance in 2018. Speaking when he presided over the award presentation ceremony in Phalombe, South West Education Division (SWED) manager MacAuden Msakatiza said the awards are a catalyst for improving…
Blantyre, January 16, 2019: Learners at Litchenza Community Day Secondary School in Chiradzulu have applauded newly formed Dream Share Foundation (DSF) for giving them an opportunity to voice out their concerns on how the community should contribute to improvement of education. One of the learners, Florence Phiri said this at…
Lilongwe, January 01, 2018: Young Christian Workers (YCW) under the Roman Catholic Church will collaborate with Technical Entrepreneurship and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TEVETA) to  register  YCW  as  an institution  which can be  benefiting  from  TEVETA. Speaking with the Malawi News Agency (Mana) in Lilongwe Friday, YCW National President,…
Lilongwe, December 24, 2018, Malawi Council of Churches (MCC) has called for increased advocacy on Gender Based Violence (GBV) against men and boys in the country. Public Relations and Projects Officer for MCC, Umtheto Lungu made the remarks during a Gender and Masculinity workshop which was geared at advising and…
Phalombe, December 24, 2018: Minister of Labour, Youth, Sports and Manpower Development, Grace Chiumia on Wednesday called upon girls in the country to enroll into community technical colleges as a way of reducing unemployment and vulnerability among themselves. She was speaking at Naminjiwa Community Technical College in Phalombe District on…
Lilongwe, December 24, 2018. Access to food, potable water and good hygiene for children has a strong bearing on the quality of education the children will attain to achieve their dreams and be reliable citizens of the country, Malawi Red Cross Society (MRCS) has said. The society’s president, Levison Changole,…

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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...