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Tackling Malawi Early Learners’ Reading Problems

MWANZA: The Forum for Female Educationalist in Malawi FAWEMA, A non-governmental organization which focuses on the support and promotion of girl and women’s education in Malawi says the ability to read among learners in early grades has remained a challenge in most of the African and developing countries of the world.


Regional Regulator Snubs ICT Services Providers for Poor Service

LILONGWE: The Communications Regulators Association of Southern Africa (CRASA) says many broadband operators in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region are offering customers poor quality services.


Zambia CSOs Asked to Play Greater Role in African Union

LUSAKA: Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) of Zambia called upon to participate in the election of the second General Assembly of the Economic, Social  and Cultural Council (ECOSOCC) of the African Union.


Crime Rise Spills Into Prayer Houses

LILONGWE: The magnitude of insecurity in Malawi has gotten to the stage where prayer houses are no longer peace havens as criminals are now penetrating them for information on the state of their finances before astounding them with a criminal visitation later.


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