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Adult Education stakeholders in Malawi want government to consider allocating 3 percent of the total education budget to Adult Learning and Education (ALE) programmes in the country.

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2 Timothy 3:1 (Amp) “But understand this, that in the last days will come (set in) perilous times of great stress and trouble [hard to deal with and hard to bear].

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There is football fiesta at Chitowe Stadium this weekend when it will host two high profile matches involving two military teams and two Blantyre based giants in the Airtel Top 8 Knockout Cup.

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President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi of Mozambique will be in Malawi next week for a three-day state visit during which he will hold bilateral talks with President Dr Lazarus Chakwera.

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Farmers Voice Africa (FAVOA) on Monday established FAVOA Students’ satellite at Nkhoma University to run a youth empowerment program aimed at unearthing and nurturing self-reliant youths for National Development trainings.

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Following the withdrawal of some fertilizer suppliers from the Agriculture Inputs Programme (AIP), Minister of Agriculture Lobin Lowe says suppliers who are currently supplying fertilizer will be given additional contracts to supply more fertilizer.

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President Dr Lazarus Chakwera says implementation of the Malawi Vision 2063 requires good engineering solutions and he has emphasized on the need to build infrastructure that lasts in order to achieve sustainable development.

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Police in Mangochi have arrested five people for allegedly assaulting to death Saiti Tambulayi, 58, who was accused of stealing a goat.

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Immigration authorities at the Regional Office in Lilongwe have intensified permit inspection and compliance within Lilongwe and its surrounding areas.

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Protesters pelted stones at Malawi Police officers, the law enforcers fired teargas and a police unit was razed down as anti-government protests turned into chaos in Blantyre.

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Murder cases are on the rise at Jenda in Mzimba district with at least two murder cases recorded this week.

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The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) arrested Immigration Officer Paul Lada for demanding and receiving K1 million from a Cameroonian national who was convicted by a court in Malawi after trying to obtain a Malawian passport.

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A senior Malawi Police officer in the Human Resource Department is facing accusations of sexually abusing junior female police officers.

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Minister of information Gospel Kazako says anti-government protests expected to be conducted today are unnecessary because the issues that are prompting people to go to the streets are already known to Malawi Government and the government is still working on them.

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Airtel yesterday conducted its first Boola Mtambo draw in which over 1500 customers won prizes.

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A Standard four learner was found hanging from the roof of a house in Lilongwe today, police say.

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Mibawa Television has been allowed to produce Airtel Top 8 content for Zuku Television as High Court Judge Dingiswayo Madise has varied the injunction obtained by Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) last week.

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Lilongwe City Council has embarked on a five-year Greening Lilongwe Campaign to make the Malawi capital city greener, healthier and resilient to extreme climate change events and other shocks.

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Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) intends to sell a Mercedes Benz seized from former Malawi Budget Director Paul Mphwiyo.

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Jenda Police have instituted investigations into the murder of 39-year-old Malani Chirwa who was killed during the night of 16 November at Jenda trading centre in Mzimba district.

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The daily travels of Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera are finally catching up with him.

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Malawi`s multi-award winning hip hop artist Tay Grin has brought to life the federation of Nyasaland and Rhodesia.

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Two Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (ADMARC) workers have been arrested in Zomba for selling fertilizer suspected to have been stolen.

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Mzuzu First Grade Magistrate Court on Wednesday sent a 16-year-old boy to Chirwa Reformatory Center for breaking into a radio station and stealing two computers.

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