22
May

Student Teachers to Pay Tuition Fee

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Students enrolling for and those undergoing teacher training will from the next academic year start paying tuition fees.

Confirming the development in Parliament, the Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology Vincent Ghambi said those who will be undergoing teacher training in all government colleges will be required to pay tuition just like students of any other institution in the country.

“The system is effective next academic year and it’s aimed at improving the level and state of teachers colleges in the country,” said Ghambi.

20
May

Vice President Saulos Chilima has been appointed to serve on an international body aimed at supporting countries to eliminate hunger and malnutrition.    

A statement from the Vice President’s office says Right Honourable Chilima will serve as a member on the Leadership Council of Compact 2025 under the International Food Policy Research Institute based in Washington DC, USA.  

It says the appointment is a positive development for the country as it strives to reduce hunger and eliminate malnutrition.        

Some of the members of the council include Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn of Ethiopia; Kanayo

Nwanze, President of IFAD; Ertharin Cousin, Executive Director of WFP; Neven Mimica, European  Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development. 

11
May

The District Community Development Office in Nsanje says it is impressed with the progress of adult literacy classes in over 13 camps occupied by flood victims. Community Development Officer for Nsanje, Lucy Vumu was speaking after visiting the camps. Vumu said some of the adult learners were now able to read and write. 

11
May

'African countries should work together'

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South Africa’s Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom says African countries should work together in the promotion of tourism. Hanekom made the remarks during this year official opening of Indaba 2015 in Durban - South Africa. He said despite the xenophobic attacks which took place few weeks ago, the turnout of participants at the event was overwhelming. Hanekom urged Africans to continue living in harmony. 

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