Suspect Who Burned Apm Billboard Collapses Twice in Court,

Suspect Who Burned Apm Billboard Collapses Twice in Court,

[Malawi News Agency] Nkhata Bay -Nkhata Bay First Grade Magistrate Court on Wednesday granted bail to 60-year-old Nyenje Nyirenda after he collapsed twice in court where he is accused of burning State President Professor Peter Mutharika's bill board.

  • Originally published in: AllAfrica.com Malawi
Islamic organisation donates K1 billion to orphans

Islamic organisation donates K1 billion to orphans

Muslim World League International Organisation for Relief, Welfare and Development on Wednesday donated 1 billion kwacha cheque to over 3000 orphans at Ngolowindo Islamic School in Salima for their education and welfare support. Deputy Regional Direc

  • Originally published in: MalawiMuslims.com
Japanese Envoy Tips Malawi to Prioritise On Development Not Politics

Japanese Envoy Tips Malawi to Prioritise On Development Not Politics

The outgoing Japanese Ambassador Kae Yanagisawa has advised Malawi to focus on on development and not politics.

  • Originally published in: AllAfrica.com Malawi
Alumni Donate Computers to Salima Secondary School

Alumni Donate Computers to Salima Secondary School

Salima -Salima secondary school alumni over the weekend cheered students and donated six sets of desktop computers and a printer worth over two million kwacha to the school.

Originally published in: AllAfrica.com Malawi on Dec. 13, 2019, 12:02 p.m.

TNM Responds to ICT Challenges in Community Secondary Schools

TNM Responds to ICT Challenges in Community Secondary Schools

Malawi's premier mobile network and ICT services provider, TNM, has donated ICT equipment to Januwale Community Day Secondary School (CDSS) in Thyolo under the banner 'ICT for Schools' initiate.

  • Originally published in: AllAfrica.com Malawi

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