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Critical Thinking, Questionstorm and School System in Africa

Posted on: September 15th, 2022 Maravi Post

By Leo Igwe Critical thinking is imperative to education and learning because it is one of the most sought-after skills in the world. So to prepare African youths for the future and to enable them to live meaningfully and address the challenges in an information-driven world, it is imperative to teach African children critical thinking […]


Mombera University Construction Ready To Start

Posted on: August 18th, 2022 Malawi Freedom network

Stalled construction works on the multi-billion kwacha Inkosi ya Makhosi M’mbelwa University in Mzimba may now see the much public awaited progress after many years of dormancy and talking. The latest move is courtesy of the Ministry of Education which has established a six member Public Universities Working Committee – PUWC to among others, spearhead […]


MIM Graduates 424

Posted on: August 20th, 2022 Malawi Freedom network

The Malawi Institute of Management (MIM) in partnership with Bolton University and ICAM have awarded certificates and degrees to students who have completed their studies at the institution. The graduation took place at the Bingu International Convention Centre in Lilongwe. A total of 424 students graduated with certificates and degrees in Business Administration, Human Resources […]


‘Provide solutions to challenges affecting the education sector,’ Malawi CSOs told

Posted on: August 13th, 2022 Nyasa Times

Deputy Director for Teacher Education and Development in the Ministry of Education, Rose Kalizang’oma, has urged Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to offer their own solutions to challenges impinging on transformation of education in Malawi. Kalizang’oma said government is already doing its part by, among other things, increasing budgetary allocation to the Ministry of Education and […]


Friends of Sattar family’s Bursary rescues 19 Chitukula CDSS’ female learners from early marriages

Posted on: August 11th, 2022 Malawi Freedom network

About 25 learners from Chitukula Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in the rural Lilongwe have been rescued from being chased out the institution following paying of their fees, thanks to Friends of Sattar’s Family Fund, able hand. Out of 25 learners who were in the verge of dropping school, 19 are girls. Tembo (in Yellow) […]


Leakage-free Junior Certificate of Education exams delights govt

Posted on: August 12th, 2022 Nyasa Times

Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Monica Chang’anamuno, has commended stakeholders for ensuring that there was no leakage and cases of cheating during the administration of this year’s Junior Certificate of Education (JCE) examinations. Chang’anamuno, who inspected Lilongwe Girls Secondary School where students were writing French subject, said the ministry is delighted that stakeholders, […]


Minister Mtambo advocates for introduction of Character Education in African schools

Posted on: August 14th, 2022 Nyasa Times

The Minister of National Unity Timothy Pagonachi Mtambo has emphasized the need for African schools to introduce character education as a subject in African schools. He argued that the Western or colonial education, which most African countries follow to date, was not designed to build a civic, healthy, critical and successful citizenry; hence, it 0failed to […]


Illovo Sugar Donates 150 million kwacha to MUST

Posted on: August 31st, 2022 Malawi Freedom network

Illovo Sugar (Malawi) plc has donated 150 million kwacha to Malawi University of Science and Technology (Must) towards the university’s Endowment Fund. Speaking during the official presentation of the donation at the university today Illovo Human Resources Director Khumbo Banda said the company decided to donate the money due to the sustainability of the strategy, […]


Mzuzu University Engages Stakeholders In Cannabis Production

Posted on: August 26th, 2022 Malawi Freedom network

Mzuzu University is this morning engaging stakeholders on how best they can grow and support Cannabis production in improving the sector in the country. Among others, the dialogue has brought delegates from academia, researchers, health practitioners and Cannabis growers. According to MZUNI Vice Chancellor, John Kalenga Saka, Cannabis Production falls in line with its programmes […]


Bembeke TTC wreck havoc over disco misunderstandings

Posted on: August 14th, 2022 Nyasa Times

Authorities in Dedza have closed indefinitely Saint Joseph’s Teacher Training College  following a misunderstanding between students and the school management over disco entertainment. Both school authorities and Secretary in the Ministry of Education Chikondano Musa have confirmed the development in separate interviews but could not provide details. Some students said the whole thing started when […]

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