20-Year-Old School with Only Three Teachers

July 14, 2018 0

By Alfred Mthandizi Driving South of Capital City Lilongwe, there is a district, called Dedza. The district is famous with Irish potato farming, cassava, tomato, cabbage and other types of vegetables. However, despite such overwhelming […]

Malawi and Brazil signs technical bilateral agreements

May 15, 2017 0

LILONGWE: Malawi Foreign Affairs and International CooperationMinister, Francis Kasaila, has commended Brazil for the role it is playing in the development of this country. Kasaila was speaking in Lilongwe when the two countries signed the […]

Politicians Lack Political Will Towards Education

April 6, 2016 0

By: Eric Nantchengwa Politicians have irked education experts for failing to execute constructive structures that can develop and improve education standards in the country. After a 31 year rule, under the founder and father of […]

Govt Slowly Moves to Privatize Public Education

April 5, 2016 2

By Thula Chisamba It has been established that the Malawi government is slowly moving towards the privatization of public schools-In the name of improving education standards in the country. Inside sources have confided to this […]

Government Starts Promoting Teachers

March 16, 2016 0

By: Happy Arnold Soko As a way to assure it’s committed to the provision of quality, accessible and equitable education, the Malawi government has started recruiting teachers. The decision to recruit primary and secondary school teachers […]

MK700, 000 CDF Swindled by a chief in Mzimba

March 8, 2016 0

By Thula Chisamba Investigations conducted by The Malawi Star team around Kafukule area in Mzimba district, has uncovered that the village headman Kabinga Chinula swindled Constituency Development Funds (CDF) amounting to MK700, 000.00 The Money […]