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Lilongwe, April 08, 2019: A youth led Non-Governmental Organization, Ambassadors of God (AOG) has started implementing several projects aimed at improving welfare of school going girls as well as school dropouts in Mtsiriza, Lilongwe district. One of its project is the Muloreni Mtsikana Aphunzile (Let the girl child get an…
Lilongwe, April 4, 2019: Government has commended Edukans for complimenting its efforts in providing quality education in the country. Director of Teacher Education in the Ministry of Education Science and Technology, Misheck Munthali said this Wednesday in Lilongwe during the launch of Edukans Country Office in Malawi.  He said the…
Lilongwe, April 3, 2019: A Japanese organization called Nippon Foundation has donated 90 books to Nalikule College of Education through the Japanese Embassy in Lilongwe as one way of introducing various aspects of Japanese culture and promote cooperation between Malawi and Japan. Speaking during the handover ceremony held at the…
Mzuzu, April 2, 2019: Students atMzuzu Government Secondary School were Saturday all full of smiles when they received a donation of 150 integrated desks worth K4.5 million from the School’s alumni. Speaking when he presented the donation, Chairperson of Mzuzu Government Secondary School Alumni, Wanangwa Mbereka said the alumni decided…
Mzuzu, April 2, 2019: Students atMzuzu Government Secondary School were Saturday all full of smiles when they received a donation of 150 integrated desks worth K4.5 million from the School’s alumni. Speaking when he presented the donation, Chairperson of Mzuzu Government Secondary School Alumni, Wanangwa Mbereka said the alumni decided…
Mwanza, April 2, 2019: Government said it is committed to providing conducive learning environment to learners in order to improve education standards in the country. Minister of Local Government and Rural Development Kondwani Nankhumwa said this Wednesday after touring Thawale Secondary School in Mwanza to appreciate challenges that learners at…
Blantyre, March 24, 2019: Ministry of Education, Science and Technology says it will remove all barriers that make secondary education expensive for girls and boys, particularly those from poor communities. Minister responsible, Bright Msaka, disclosed the development on Friday at Chinamvuwu Primary School in Blantyre during the official launch of…
Blantyre, March 25, 2019: Government through the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology is encouraging primary schools to embark on home-grown school feeding as one way of expanding the school feeding programme which was introduced by World Food Programme (WFP). In an interview with Malawi News Agency (MANA) on Friday,…
Balaka, March 22, 2019: The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has disclosed its plans to reconstruct Balaka Secondary School which currently has inadequate facilities. The portfolio’s minister, Bright Msaka, disclosed the plans when he addressed a rally this week at Manica Community Ground in Balaka the district. He said…
Lilongwe, March 13, 2019: Lions Club of Capital City (LCCC) says it intends to link up with organisations that can teach girls how to make reusable sanitary pads to curb school dropout. LCCC’s Governor for Malawi and Mozambique Lion Chisomo Gunda disclosed the intention Saturday at Sunga Primary School in…

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HE DR. LAZARUS MCCARTHY CHAKWERA SIXTH PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI

HE DR. LAZARUS MCCARTHY CHAKWERA  SIXTH PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI

Dr. Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera is the current President of Malawi. He was sworn into office on June 28, 2020 at Malawi Square, Bingu International Convention Centre, Lilongwe. Before joining frontline politics, Chakwera was President of the Malawi Assemblies of God from 1989 until he resigned on May...