Saturday, 27 February 2021


Mzuni Odel student community complain over new learning mode
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Mzuzu, November 25, 2020: Students pursuing various programmes at Mzuzu University (Mzuni), under the Open, Distance and Electronic Learning (ODeL) facility have expressed concern over the newly rolled out Moodle learning mode.   According to the new Moodle model, Odel students are supposed not to have any face to face…

Government for education sector overhaul

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 Lilongwe, November 18, Mana: Government has conceded existence of gaps that are paralysisng the country's education, and has challenged respective players in the sector to jointly implement practical solutions to the same. Minister of Education, Science and Technology Agnes NyaLonje Was speaking in Lilongwe Teusday in her wrap up statement…

Long road to freedom
Written by Owen Zayambika

 Mchinji, November 19, 2020: When Patricia Banda gave birth to a bouncy baby boy, some 15 years ago, she was armed with lots of hope that one day her son would grow into an academic luminary. But as the boy, Joseph clocked a year, he begun to show certain signs…

DVV International launches adult learning and education programme in prisons
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 Zomba, November 19, 2020: DVV International in collaboration with Centre for Human Rights Education Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) has launched Adult Learning and Education (ALE) in prisons with the aim to equipping inmates with hard and soft skills that will enable them to sustain themselves after being released from prison.…
Zomba Rotatract donates books to NICE Trust
Written by Solister Mogha
 Zomba, November 18, Zomba Rotaract, a rotary club of youth below the age of 30 on Monday donated various books to National Initiative for Civic Education (NICE) Trust in Zomba as one way of equipping the Resource Centre with adequate reading materials. The donation that consisted books for primary, secondary…
UN Women trains Dedza girls in IT Skills
Written by George Mponda
 Dedza, November 18, UN Women has committed to addressing challenges which girls rescued from child marriages are facing until they attain basic skills which they can use to change their lives. Speaking Monday during the graduation ceremony for the 50 girls at Inkosi Kachindamoto's headquarters, UN Women National Programme Officer,…
Covid-19 has affected the education sector
Written by Tione Andsen

 Lilongwe, November 18, 2020:  Government has admitted that Covid-19 has changed the way education sector operates to deliver quality learning services in the country.   Minister of Education, Agnes Nyalonje said this Monday during the opening of the two days Education Joint Sector Review (JSR) Programme at Bingu International Convention…
Kamkodola school learners disrupt classes,teachers forced into hiding
Written by Esnath Kalawe
 Lilongwe, November 18,2020:  Learners from Kamkodola Primary School in Lilongwe, last Friday caused havoc and disturbed classes by stoning the school premises demanding that their Development Fund (DVF) be refunded. The learners are suspecting that the school is mismanaging the fund. The rioting students were stoning the school buildings while…
President Chakwera tackles Nation building at KA founder's day
Written by Vincent Khonje
Kasungu, November 16, Malawi’sPresident Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera on Saturday led students, teachers and parents in commemorating Kamuzu Academy (KA) founder's day in Mtunthama, Kasungu. The founding president of the Republic of Malawi, Late Ngwazi Dr. Hastings Kamuzu Banda, opened the school which has been called by some people as…
St Charles Lwangwa donates Covid-19 preventive materials to Kamkodoloa School
Written by Esnath Kalawe

 Lilongwe, November 13, 2020: As Covid-19 still devastates countries around the globe and countries are still registering new cases, a catholic community group from Area 47 in Lilongwe known as St Charles Lwanga under St Kizito Parish on Friday donated Covid -19 preventive materials to Kamkodola School in Lilongwe. The…

Feature News

FAO responds to Covid-19 fight in Phalombe By Sam Majamanda Phalombe, February 18, 2020: United Nations'Food and Organization (FAO) on Wednesday observed that the impact of the Covid-19 which has not spared farmers in Malawi, threatens food production. .

FISD the heart of life changing innovations

Lilongwe, November 6, 2020: Construction, solar and Irrigation, ground water exploration and drilling, mining, finance for agriculture development are the main five pivotal strategic units FISD has managed to change many lives for the better. “Multitudes of peoplefrom the rural community have all r...

Learning amidst Covid-19

Mchinji, October 28, 2020: Rose is a 16 year old girl in Mangochi in the area of Traditional Authority (TA) Chimwala. She is quite an ambitious girl, she wants to be a nurse when she completes her studies. Being the first born in a family of three, she is a rose in her family as her mother believe...

Lilongwe communities correcting environmental wrongs

Lilongwe, October 18, 2020:  Some communities in the country's capital, Lilongwe have realized the folly of wanton cutting down of trees, and are now putting things right. The locals in the area of Traditional Authority (TA) Masumbankhunda are paying the price of their actions that have left them m...

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