Tags : covid-19

KALUMBU STUDENTS RECEIVE DONATIONS

Reported By Jecina Chikwelete With less than Five days remaining before standard eight pupils sit for the Primary School Leaving Certificate examinations, a twenty one year old girl has donated personal protective equipment to standard eight learners at Kalumbu in Lilongwe worthy over three hundred thousand kwacha. Delipher Kalonde,a proffessional designer said she thought of […]Read More

PRESIDENTIAL TASKFORCE ON COVID-19 DISAPPOINTED WITH PREVENTIVE MEASURES

Reported by Meclina Chirwa The Presidential taskforce on Coivd-19 says it is disappointed with guidelines some schools have set aimed at preventing Covid-19.Co-chairperson of the taskforce Dr John Phuka says it is inappropriate to set a certified negative covid-19 result as a pre-requisite for admission of students.According to Phuka, the mentioned guidelines are not part […]Read More

MTC WORRIES OVER BUDGET SNUB

The Malawi Tourism Council has expressed concern over the omission of the tourism industry as a growth sector in the 2020/2021 national budget. Speaking to Timveni, council chairperson Jones Malili said the tourism sector requires top priority to drive the economy. Meanwhile, Malili says the council will sit down with government to consider providing financial […]Read More

MALAWI ECONOMY TO BENEFIT FROM UPLIFTING OF COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS

A Chancellor Collage based economic expert has said Malawi’s economy stands to benefit a lot following South Africa’s easing of its lockdown.  Among other measures, Pretoria is reopening its borders to international travel which Professor Ben Kalua says is vital for recovery of Malawi’s economy. Speaking to Timveni, Kalua said Malawi will be able to […]Read More

COVID-19 CRIPPLES THE TOURISM SECTOR

The Malawi Tourism Council says this year’s tourism month will be a loss due to Covid-19.                                      figure 1: some of the eye catching fish found in Lake Malawi The council’s Chairperson Jones Malili said this in an […]Read More

NICE LAUNCHES A CAMPAIGN TO ENLIGHTEN STUDENTS, TEACHERS AND PARENTS

In fulfilling its mandate as a state institution, the National Initiative for Civic Education—NICE Public Trust has launched a campaign that seeks to enlighten students, teachers and parents more about the deadly Covid-19 pandemic.                     figure 1: Minister of Civic Education and National Unity viewing the Timveni […]Read More