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    Lilongwe, July 1, 2015: Digital Migration under Ministry of Information, on Tuesday conducted a public awareness campaign at Mchesi and Kawale market in Lilongwe on the changing of television frequency from analogue to digital. Speaking with Mana, the Information Technology Manager Mariam Mtingini said the decision of changing…
    Senior Chief Kachindamoto: I want the children back to school   Dedza, June 22, 2015: In an effort to encourage girl child education and abolish early marriages Senior Chief Inkosi Kachindamoto has terminated 330 teenage marriages in her territory and has since sent the couples into various primary…
    Dedza Police PRO Sergeant Edward Kabango: confirmed the incident   Dedza, June 22, 2015: Police in Dedza is keeping in custody wife and husband for murdering own daughter, saying the child was source of endless family wrangles. This incident occurs at a time when cases of murder, child…
    FLASHBACK: Flood victims wrestling for food   Salima, June 20, 2015: Over 200 families from Group Village Headman Kasache whose gardens were spoiled by river floods and prolonged dry spell early this year are facing severe food shortages. Commenting on the plight of his people when Stuart M.…
    Lilongwe, June 20, 2015: The Lilongwe Chief Resident Magistrate Court on Friday adjourned to Wednesday next week, a case in which Madalitso Banda, 25,  is accused of robbing property from houses of residents including some lawyers and injuring others around  the city of Lilongwe contrary to section 301…
Lilongwe, June 18, 2015: Airtel Malawi has partnered with U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) by pumping in K5million in the Braille Cup Competition. The Braille cup competition is an annual competition for disabled primary school students across the country, the project is under USAID’s Early Grade Reading Activity (EGRA)…
Deputy Chairperson for the parliamentary Committee on Agriculture Dr. Joseph Chidanti-Malunga. Pic by Brian Itai Lilongwe, June 18, 2015: Funding problems have threatened to choke the successful implementation of projects under the Green Belt Initiative (GBI), as a contractor who was hired has been forced to suspend work as a…
FLASHBACK: Parliament session   Lilongwe, June 18, 2015: The Report on the study visit by Malawian delegation to India indicated that during deliberations, members discussed issues concerning the welfare of children as they are vulnerable and voiceless hence needs special attention. The report was presented on Wednesday in the August…
Inmates - File Photo   Mzuzu, June 18, 2015: Mzuzu Prison authorities say the institution is striving to find ways to address poor ventilation at the institution in order to avert the danger of air borne diseases among the inmates and prison staff. During the Tuber Culosis (TB) screening exercise…
YALI Participants   Lilongwe, June 18: Successful Mandela Washington YALI Fellows on Thursday departed for the United States of America (USA) through the Kamuzu International Airport (KIA). Eight young Malawians have been granted an opportunity to learn how to develop their careers. They include participants who have been selected from…

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Malawi Government changes Primary School learning times

Malawi Government changes Primary School learning times

PRESS RELEASE CHANGE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TIMETABLE The Ministry of Education Science and Technology wishes to inform the general public, teachers, students and all stake holders that with effect from the 2016/17 school year (5th September 2016) the primary school timetable will be changed.    The ne...