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CCJP demand accountability on failed Machinga-Chingale-Lirangwe road and Karonga water from Government

Chris ChisoniThe country’s Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace (CCJP) has asked the Malawi government to come open to its citizens those living in the districts of Machinga, Blantyre, Zomba, Balaka, and Karonga for denied access to good road network and portable water respectively though funds were identified for same projects.

The Malawi government is being accused of seek and hide game of not telling locals the truth as to why the much need Machinga-Chingale-Lirangwe road remains under developed despite an authorization loan through Malawi Parliament amounting to US$18 gotten in November 13, 2013 from Kuwait Fund for Arab Development Bank.

Classic National Education Standards bring Hope of reducing illiteracy levels in Malawi

Emmanuel Fabiano MaraviPost iReport: In a bid to ensure that every student across the country is getting the best possible education, government has expressed hope in National Education Standard (NES) program in Malawi that it will reduce the illiteracy levels.

Minister for Education Science and Technology, Emmanuel Fabiano made the revelations during the launch of National Education Standards and MoEST Service Charter on Wednesday at Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe.

Chewa Heritage Foundation upbeat for Kulamba ceremony, Gawa Undi set to visit Malawi in September

Professor Kanyama Phiri, CHEP's ChairpersonChewa Heritage Foundation (Chef), a cultural and charitable grouping has assured chiefs and their subjects that all is set for annual Kulamba ceremony which pays homage to loyal King Kalonga Gawa Undi slated for August 29, 2015 at Mkaika in Zambia.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with The Maravi Post on Tuesday, August 25, 2015 in the capital Lilongwe, Professor George Kanyama Phiri, Chef’s Chairperson expressed optimism towards the Kulamba event in Malawi.

Two Village Head Women Arrested for Park land Grabs

law and orderA month after African Parks Network (APN) embarks on 18 million projects to manage Liwonde National Park and Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve; Police in Kasungu have arrested two village headwomen together with 14 of their subjects for illegally setting in Kasungu National Park.

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