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ECM Partners with NCA in a Disability Rights Pilot project

Steven NdhlovuThe Episcopal Conference of Malawi (ECM) with financial support from the Atlas-alliansen of Norway through the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) has embarked on a three months pilot project on mainstreaming disability rights in the Human Rights and Theology project which will be implemented in the central region district of Mchinji.

Outlining the ECM project content at NCA’s Malawi office, ECM’s National Education Programmes Coordinator, Stephen Ndhlovu said the goal of the project is to contribute to the reduction of incidences of stigma and discrimination amongst people with disabilities in Mchinji district.

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Birthday Bash Announced for TB Joshua in South Africa despite deaths caused by Synagogue Collapse

TB JoshuaA huge birthday celebration is set to be held in South Africa on Friday 12th June as Nigerian ‘Prophet’ TB Joshua turns 52.

An announcement posted on Joshua’s official Facebook page revealed that award-winning US Gospel Artist Vashawn Mitchell would be among those performing at the event.

The Nigerian cleric’s popularity in Southern Africa has shown no signs of waning, despite the tragic building collapse that claimed the lives of 84 South Africans in his church last year.

Minister Gowelo blames excess number of DC's to the Joyce Banda administration

GoweloMangochi, May 25: Minister of Local Government and Rural Development, Trasizio Gowelo has confessed that his ministry has more District Commissioners than available councils, but he blames the situation on 'undeserving' promotions prior to the 2014 tripartite polls. 

Gowelo made the confession last Friday when he opened a two day-national conference on Malawi Local Government Association (MALGA) at Sunbird Nkopola Lodge in Mangochi.

Malawi legal practitioners falling short on ethics as demanded by their profession

Kalekeni KaphaleLILONGWE, Friday, May 29, 2015 (MaraviPost): Professor Garton Kamchedzera in the department of legal studies at Chancellor College, the constituent college of University of Malawi has lamented the dwindling of legal standards in country that is marred with greed and materialism.

The observation comes amid the public lost of trust on legal practioners conduct as most of them have been implicated in dubious means such as in cash gate cases under way in various Malawi’s courts.

MANEB introduces toll-free lines for JCE exams malpractice reporting

TOLL FREEIn a bid to step up security of national examinations for this year’s Junior Certificate of Education (JCE), Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) has placed toll free line calling the general public to report any case of cheating. 

JCE exams which starts Tuesday, May 26 to Friday June 5, 2015 has about 170 000 registered candidates seating the examination across the country.

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