Monday, 24 April 2017
 

The University of Malawi Council is today expected to make known its position on the strike being staged by employees at one of its constituent colleges.

16 institutions of higher learning in Malawi have failed to pass the test to offer undergraduate and post-graduate programs.

Classes at the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) are expected to resume on November 16 after a week-long closure due to a water crisis.

The high court in Malawi’s commercial city, Blantyre, will on October 19 start hearing a case in which the Polytechnic Students Union (PSU) is challenging the decision to hike tuition fees in public universities.

The Malawi Congress Party’s beleaguered Spokesperson Jessie Kabwila is choosing to remain silent on the party’s leadership squabbles, stressing that time is not yet ripe for her comment.

Five students of the College of Medicine are on October 15 set to face off in the grand finale of the college’s version of the 2016 UNIMA Got Talent at the CoM Sports Complex in Blantyre.

The former justice minister of Malawi, Ralphael Kasambara, has been sentenced to 13 years imprisonment for conspiracy to murder.

University of Malawi students are proposing an all-inclusive stakeholders meeting to discuss ways of pushing for a further reduction of tuition fees.

Representatives of the University of Malawi Students’ Union are expressing dismay over their exclusion from a stakeholders meeting organised by the UNIMA council.

Edgy calm is returning to the Chancellor College (Chanco) in Zomba where students were involved in running battles with the police on July 18 during protests over a hike of tuition fees.

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