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02
June

Chatinkha Maternity Care in need of K68m

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The President for Chatinkha Maternity Care at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital Dr Frank Taulo has called on companies and organisations to assist the wing in raising K68 million for the purchase of equipment.
Dr Taulo made the appeal in Blantyre during a fun run event aimed at raising funds for the wing. Some of the companies that participated during the event include, The Malawi Broadcasting Corporation-MBC, Malawi Revenue Authority, Airtel, TNM, Malawi Savings Bank, and ESCOM.

02
June

Ettinor Koloviko resigns from PP

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The Peoples Party – PP continues to lose senior party members through massive resignations.

The resignations have become the order of the day in the PP with the latest being the Deputy National Director for Women, Ettinor Koloviko. 

According to Koloviko she has decided to dump the PP since the party has lost direction. 

Koloviko also attributed her move to the absence of the party President Mrs. Joyce Banda who left the country about ten months ago to some undisclosed location.

Senior members of the party who left recently include the Vice President for the South, Brown Mpinganjira and the Vice President for the North Harry Mkandawire.

Joyce Banda’s running mate in the May 20 polls Sosten Gwengwe has also indicated his intentions to dump the orange camp.  

27
May

Fire guts Kamuzu road market

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Fire has gutted Kamuzu Road Market in Salima. Police Public Relations Officer in the district, Gift Chitowe said the fire started in the early hours of Monday as one of the restaurant owners in the market left a burning charcoal burner. According to Chitowe many shops were damaged by the fire. 

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.

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