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PRISAM Advocates for Inclusion in Curriculum Training Programs

The Private Schools Owners Association of Malawi (PRISAM) has urged the government to include private school teachers in training programs for the new curriculum.

Special Gift for PEOPLE With Hearing Impairement Malawi

On Friday, July 5, 2024, Jehovah’s Witnesses in Malawi released a translation of the Holy Bible entitled, The New World Translation of the Christian Greek Scriptures, in Malawi Sign Language (MSL). The translation was released at a special event held at one of their educational centers in Area 32, Lilongwe.

Three-day Program Promises Good News!


In a world where bad news endlessly streams on social media, TV and radio, three-day live events open to the public will deliver only good news!

Malawi's Corruption Crisis: Stakeholders Demand Action Beyond Rhetoric

For the past five years, Transparency International's corruption perception indices have consistently ranked Malawi as one of the most corrupt countries, with scores below 40 percent annually.

Personal Connections, A Threat to Anti-Corruption Fight

Lately, Malawi has seen an increase in cases of contentious and procedural hiring that some ended on the table of the office of the Ombudzman.

Non-Effective IICs Threaten Corruption Fight in Malawi

It is an open secret that Malawi is among the countries that continue to lose a lot of public resources to corruption despite the National Anti-Corruption Strategy II establishing the Institutional Integrity Committees (IICs) which were meant to deal with the vice.

Using Modern Tool to Fight Drug Abuse

Solomone Tonga’s life was spiraling out of control. He started using drugs at an early age and became addicted to cocaine. This eventually led him to prison.

24 Years & Counting: Communities Demand Installation of Inkosi Mzikubola

Communities around Inkosi Mzikubola in Mzimba have accused the government of deliberately delaying the installation of Masabani Jere as Inkosi Mzikubola IV, despite the resolution of court cases that had overshadowed the throne.

Farmers Bemoan Poor Road Network

Some lead farmers and chiefs at Chapananga in Chikwawa have cited the poor condition of the Chapananga as the main barrier for them to access better markets for their farm produce.

Catchment Management Conservation Bearing Results

Communities around Machemba Hill in Phalombe say catchment management and conservation efforts are paying dividends.

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