17 October 2019
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Lilongwe, June 19, 2014: Nine Malawian youth are in the United States of America to participate in the Washington Fellowship of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), President Obama’s flagship exchange program.   The youth fellows left on June 13, 2014 and according to a statement from the U.S Embassy…
Chiradzulu, June 19: Chiradzulu District Council has received K70 million from Local Development Fund (LDF) to construct two girls’ hostels at Malimba and Namipingo Community Day Secondary Schools (CDSS) respectively. Acting Director of Planning and Development (DPD) for the Council Morson Magombo disclosed this Wednesday at the Boma during DEC…
Mwanza, June 16: BuildOn, an International Non Governmental Organizations (NGO) that is breaking the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service and education says it has  built 101 School Blocks in Malawi and over 10,000 people are currently benefiting from the blocks. Briefing Mwanza District Executive Committee member…
Kasungu, June 13: Students at Kasungu Secondary School (KUSS) who went violent on the night of Tuesday and destroyed school property worthy thousands of Kwacha have to dig deeper into their pockets as they have been summoned to pay back for the goods that were damaged during the fracas. School…
Ntchisi, June 13: There were running battles at Mbomba Secondary School in Ntchisi on Thursday when Police clashed with students who were smashing school block windows and teachers’ houses as way of protesting unfair treatment by the school management. One student was reported hospitalized at Malomo Health Centre after getting…
Kasungu, June 12: Students at Kasungu Secondary School (KUSS) on the night of Tuesday went violent when they ascended on the school property and left them damaged. Malawi News Agency (Mana) has established that the chaos erupted as a result of the students protest against implementation of some school rules…
Nsanje, June 12: Police Officers who were deployed to provide security service during the Primary School Leaving Certificate Examination in Nsanje have threatened not to provide their services in the forth coming examinations due to Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) failure to provide their allowances in time. The officers revealed…
Lilongwe, June 6,: The Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) has disclosed of tight security in this year’s examination to ensure zero leakage. MANEB Public Relations Officer, Simeon Maganga told Malawi News Agency (Mana) that as part of preparing for this year's national examinations, the institution has engaged various stakeholders both…
Blantyre, June 4: President Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has unveiled plans to officially inaugurate Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) in Thyolo soon. Constructed eight years ago during the late Bingu wa Mutharika’s era, MUST, when fully operational is expected to enroll 3,500 students thereby increasing the number of…
Nsanje, June 2: It has established that the country’s Open and Distance Learning (ODL) trainee teachers have gone two months without getting their monthly allowances, Malawi News Agency (Mana) can reveal. The ODL trainee teachers, who spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisal, said they have not been…

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Full UNGA Address by President Mutharika: For My Country And The Voiceless Of The Developing World

Full UNGA Address by President Mutharika: For My Country And The Voiceless Of The Developing World

New York, USA, 26 September, 2019: Let us begin by listening to the voice of silence— the voice of those who cannot speak but waiting for the actions of this Assembly. As we speak, there are many losing this precious life because we cannot protect them. Many escaping from their countries because we...