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Sycamore Consult Limited Drill Namibian Govt Officials

Consultancy and training firm, Sycamore Consult Limited says government officials need to be abreast with project financing so that they make informed decisions that will spur economic development not only in Malawi but also beyond.

Three Killed in Ntcheu Road Accident

Senior Group Village Head Mnembe of the area of Traditional Authority Mbenje in Nsanje district says seven bodies have been recovered following the Monday tragic boat accident.

Emulate Kamuzu’s Fighting Spirit - Chakwera

President Lazarus Chakwera has advised Malawians to emulate what he says was a fighting spirit that former president Dr. Hastings Kamuzu Banda had in fighting for freedom and the independence that Malawians enjoy now.

Malawians Not Embracing National Clean Up - WESNET

Water and Environmental Sanitation Network (WESNET) has expressed dissatisfaction that the National Clean-Up initiative has not gained much momentum to keep the surroundings clean as expected.

Information Gaps Affecting Climate Change Programs

Information gaps on available opportunities that could assist in conserving the environment are said to be negatively affecting efforts being made by local communities in climate change adaptation.

Airtel Malawi's Zili Mwa Ife Recipient Dress Ntcheu Learners

Winter is here again and for 120 primary learners at Kalande and Lusape primary schools in Traditional Authority (TA) Ganya in Ntcheu, nothing will discourage them to attend classes in this period as Tivekeni Initiative has dressed them all.

PLSCE Exams Progress Impresses Minister

Minister of Education Madalitso Kambauwa Wirima has said the ministry is impressed with the ongoing Primary School Leaving Certificate Examinations (PSLCE) taking place across the country from Wednesday to Friday this week.

The Golden Era: Matonga to Lead MISA-Malawi

Golden Matonga, Platform for Investigative Journalism Director of Investigations, has been confirmed as the new chairperson of the Media Institute for Southern Africa (MISA) Malawi Chapter following executive committee elections held yesterday in the three regions of the country.

Financial Independence Key to Break SRHR Cycle-Oxfam

Oxfam Malawi says good and sound financial muscle among sexually active youths remain crucial to address issues of teen marriages and pregnancies in the country.

MISA-Malawi in Watershed Polls: Who Replaces Iron Madam?

The Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) says it is determined to provide water-tight balloting services for institutions conducting elections in the country as a means of upholding democratic values.

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