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Machinga, September 11, 2018: Initiation ceremonies are still contributing to high dropout rate of girls in schools in Machinga despite efforts to curb the vice. Associate Professor of Research Centre for Social Research, Alister Munthali said this on Monday in Liwonde during Yes I Do (YID) Project midterm review workshop.…
Mzimba, September 11, 2018: Child Protection Task Force which is a sub- committee of District Executive Committee in Mzimba District has been commended for withdrawing 49 children from early marriages. Speaking Monday during a quarterly review meeting of the task force, Mzimba District Social Welfare Officer (DSWO), Humphrey Mwalughali, said…
  Lilongwe, September 7, 2018: In its efforts to curb youth unemployment, government has recruited 2,227 graduate interns to be placed in different government ministries and statutory corporations.   Briefing the media on the development in Lilongwe on Friday, Minister of Labour, Youth and Manpower Development, Francis Kasaila said government has…
Lilongwe, September 7, 2018: As the feasibility study for the Graphite Project in Malingunde- Lilongwe gets to its peak, Traditional Authority T.A. Masumbankhunda has called upon Sovereign Metals Limited to consider building a secondary school as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) to the community. Speaking on Wednesday in…
Blantyre, September 6, 2018.  Centre for the Development of People (CEDEP) in collaboration with the Centre for Human Rights and Rehabilitation (CHRR) has commended the media in the country for reporting objectively on issues about sexual minority rights in the country. CEDEP’s Programme Manager, Rodney Chalera told Malawi News Agency…
Lilongwe, September 6, 2018:Government has expressed commitment to ensuring that proper mechanisms are put in place to address the issue of literacy rate in the country. Minister of Civic Education, Culture and Community Development, Grace Chiumia said this Wednesday during the press briefing a head of this year’s commemoration of…
Lilongwe, September 6.  Government on Wednesday called for improved efforts amongst stakeholders in financing inclusive education in the country. Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Bright Msaka, made the call when he officially opened the 3rd National Conference on Inclusive Education in Lilongwe. The minister said inclusive education for the…
Dowa, September 3, 2018: One of the renowned girls’ empowerment nongovernmental organizations in the country, Girls Empowerment Network (Genet), has re-admitted 1011 learners who dropped out of school in Dowa district, in a bid to make the learners to continue their education. In an interview with Malawi News Agency (Mana)…
Mchinji, September 1, 2018: Mchinji District Council has commended Save the Children, through Youth in Action (YIA) Project for improving the social- economic status of over 3041 youths through business mentorship. Speaking during District Executive Committee(DEC) meeting, District Youth Officer for Mchinji, Maudling Nhlema said Youth in Action Project targeted…
Mchinji, September 1, 2018: Girls Empowerment Network (Genet) through Improving Secondary Education in Malawi (ISEM) Project in Mchinji has commended school readmission policy for enabling teen mothers in the country to get back to school. Genet Project coordinator, Blessings Phiri, said with the policy, at least 50 girls have returned…

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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...