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New Teachers Hardship Allowance Awaits WB Assessment

The Ministry of Education says implementation of the remote-rural school-attached hardship allowance scheme will wait until next year, after satisfying the World Bank's Performance Based Condition (PBC) of reducing the pupil: qualified teacher ratio to less than 90 in lower classes.

Primary Schools Learners, Police Clash in Chiradzulu

Some primary school learners in Chiradzulu were on Monday and Tuesday involved in clashes with law enforcers during protests.

African Armyworms Hit Neno

Agriculture authorities in Neno district say two villages of Kanono and Tchenga have been affected by an African Armyworm outbreak that has so far affected 33 hectors of rain fed maize fields.

2 Suspected Murderers Arrested in Thyolo

Police in Thyolo have arrested two men for allegedly killing two women in brutal circumstances in the district some two weeks ago.

Police Arrest 109 With Indian Hemp from January

The Malawi Police Service (MPS) has arrested 109 people who were found in possession and cultivating Indian hemp illegally from January to October this year.

GLOHOMO Tips District Councils on Human Trafficking

The Global Hope Mobilization (GLOHOMO) has challenged district councils to include human trafficking activities in the district development plans (DDP) and Social Economic Profile (SEP) to easily secure funding to counter the vice.

Sambaya Foundation Challenges Parents in Thyolo on Children's Education

A philanthropist has urged parents in Thyolo not to compromise on disciplining and encouraging their children on education if they are to attain the brighter future.

Malawians Should Pray like During 2020 Elections - EAM

The Evangelical Association of Malawi (EAM) has asked Malawians to continue praying seriously for the nation and leaders as they did during the court-sanctioned elections.

People Demand for Action Against Unjust Chiefs

Citizens in Mwanza have expressed worry over heightening incidents of some chiefs and other leaders that are reportedly registering ghost beneficiaries and their relations to benefit from various social protection initiatives amid the current hunger situation there.

Local Councils, CSOs Agree to Cement Relationship

District councils and civil society organizations (CSOs) have agreed to rebuild and cement their relationships as their interest remains on serving the interest of the common man.

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