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Magawa Students Torch Headteacher's House

Students at Magawa Secondary School in Mchinji, Malawi, last night set on fire their head-teacher's house and the school accounts offices as they protested failure by school authorities to address their grievances.

Vendors Clash Over Trade in Lilongwe

Tsoka market vendors in Lilongwe Old Town have gone on a rampage in the streets in protest that city authorities are doing nothing about growing street vending in the city which, they argue, is negatively affecting sales for those plying their trade in designated markets.

Killing warthogs costs poacher K1m court fine

A magistrate in Chikwawa district in Malawi has ordered a man to pay a fine of K1m or in default go to jail for two years for killing two warthogs in a game reserve.

Death toll shoots in Make Sure Pirates road accident

The death toll of the accident that happened on 10 November at M’bwatalika Mchinji road which involved central region football association outfit make sure pirates has reached to 3 following the death of Douglas Nkolongo and Chimwemwe Mkwinja who before their death were player and general secretary respectively.

Interfaith group reflects on HIV/AIDS

The Malawi Interfaith and AIDS Association Neno chapter has impressed on Church leaders to encourage their faithful to take anti-retroviral drugs and not discourage them based on belief they can be cured through prayer.

Lesser female opting for primary school teaching

A top education official has expressed concern that numbers of females applying for teacher training are going down in the country, a situation that has effect on the need for role models to encourage girls to enroll and stay in schools.

Reserve Bank rebuffs cryptocurrency unless..

Reserve Bank governor, Dalitso Kabambe, says the Central Bank is not ready to accept the use of crypto-currency as legal tender in the country until they appreciate how they work and what they mean.

Meeting over Livimbo school land in limbo

A stakeholders meeting called for by the Legal Affairs Committee of Parliament on the alleged sale of Livimbo School land failed to take place this morning because officials from the ministries of lands and Education gave excuses.


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Passport Fees Reduced; E-system Restored

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