Primary School Students Suspended Over False Blood Sucking Allegations

As rumors of blood sucking are still looming the country, six Primary school students from Mtalala Primary School in Lilongwe Rural East have been suspended after it was established that they were mobilizing fellow students to run away from the school claiming that blood suckers were at the school. Confirming the development to Nthanda Times, … More Primary School Students Suspended Over False Blood Sucking Allegations

Academic Chaos: Mutharika a Threat to Education in Malawi

Education is the key to success so goes the adage. However, this adage seems to go the other way round in the country. Students are spending decades of years to acquire a 4 or 5 years degree. Unnecessarily closure of schools for political reasons is one such factor contributing to the extended years students spend … More Academic Chaos: Mutharika a Threat to Education in Malawi

Chioko Youths: “Kudos CYECE for ARISE Project”.

Rainy Season is here once again and farmers are busy planting different crops. This is the time a lot of children suffer a lot because they are forced to work in farms, shunning school lessons. For a couple of the previous years, Tobacco Farming in the country has been blamed because it has been established … More Chioko Youths: “Kudos CYECE for ARISE Project”.

My perspective: “What is ahead of Tertiary Education in Malawi?”

I guess it is prominent to start by commending the current administration for remembering education as one of the essential tools this Nation is striving to possess. As the adage goes “a nation without education resembles something lifeless”. Well, let me unfold the package and see the stemming point. I have just come across the … More My perspective: “What is ahead of Tertiary Education in Malawi?”

Chanco’s Former Principal no More

A dark cloud keeps on engulfing Chancellor College, a Constituent College of University of Malawi following the untimely demise of its former Principal Professor Chris Kamlongera. Professor Kamlongera has passed on in the late afternoon hours at Partners in Hope Hospital in Lilongwe. Prof. Kamlongera served the position of Principal of Chancellor College from 2009 … More Chanco’s Former Principal no More

MUST Releases 2016/17 Undergraduate List

As various candidates who applied for higher learning institutions in Malawi are checking their results from Unima and Mzuni, the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) has now released a list of successful students to study various programmes for the 2016/17 academic year. According to the press release by MUST, Nthanda Times can reveal … More MUST Releases 2016/17 Undergraduate List

UNIMA Releases Selection of Generic Non-residential Students

The wait is finally over for students who had applied for various programs in University of Malawi following the release of the successful names by National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) on Monday. Out of all students who applied, a total of 2085 candidates have been selected to pursue various academic programmes in the University … More UNIMA Releases Selection of Generic Non-residential Students

Mzuzu Intake for 2017/17 Academic Out

Mzuzu University has released a list of successful names of students to start various undergraduate programmes set to begin later this year. According to the 23 paged press release, Nthanda Times can reveal that the university has released the names after being selected by National Council for Higher Education board. About 700 candidates have been … More Mzuzu Intake for 2017/17 Academic Out

Faith Foundation School Students Protest Against their Administration.

Form Four students from Faith Foundation Private Secondary School at Fatima trading centre in Nsanje staged peaceful demonstrations on Wednesday this week in protest of missing science subjects from their registered subjects. According to information sourced by Nthanda Times, the students got angry with their administration after they realized that registration process of M.S.C.E subjects … More Faith Foundation School Students Protest Against their Administration.