Issa Sikiti da Silva
CENTRAL AFRICA
DRC education: tears, despair in country at breaking point

DRC education: tears, despair in country at breaking point[Issa Sikiti da Silva] In a country where more than four million children of schooling age do not attend primary school, teachers go unpaid for 20 months, insecurity and fear of rape keep young girls out of school, and depleted schools lack everything from doors to windows, pens, desks, books, drinking water, electricity and computers, just talking about education brings tears to the eyes of many parents and educationalists.

Posted 6 years ago | Like
Gregory Gondwe
CENTRAL AFRICA
WB train Malawi media on developmental stories

Gregory Gondwe[Gregory Gondwe] Around twenty journalists assembled in Lilongwe where they underwent a World Bank-tailored training aimed at ensuring that they are able to generate reader-friendly stories from developmental activities taking place in the country.

Posted 7 years ago | Like
Gregory Gondwe
CENTRAL AFRICA
Multichoice Malawi connects 34 schools

Gregory Gondwe[Gregory Gondwe] Multichoice Malawi, which previously connected 27 secondary schools in the first phase of its corporate social responsibility project, has connected seven more schools in the second phase totaling to 34.

Posted 8 years ago | Like
Gregory Gondwe
CENTRAL AFRICA
Malawi: Journalism institute in qualification scandal

Gregory Gondwe[Gregory Gondwe] Malawi Institute of Journalism (MIJ), which is under the University of Malawi's constituent college of Polytechnic, has been embroidered in scandal where its executive director falsified his doctorate qualification. This forced the MIJ Board to fire its institution head, Peter Mitunda.

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Gregory Gondwe
CENTRAL AFRICA
Malawi: Minister pleads with media to simplify economic issues

Gregory Gondwe[Gregory Gondwe] Malawi's Economic Planning and Development Minister, Dr. Ken Lipenga has pleaded with economic and business journalists to simplify economic issues to promote popular participation.

Posted 9 years ago | Like