The Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) wishes to remind us that 2019 PSLCE examination will be administered from 8th to 10th May.

 All candidates shall be expected to abide by the following rules and regulations; reporting at their respective examination centres a day before examination to sign the declaration form,
being seated in the examination room fifteen minutes before examination starting time, avoiding any form of cheating, adhering to seating plan arrangements and wearing MANEB ID cards.

Mulanje Mag team wishes good luck to all the FOMO students and all those that are writing this paper.

Farmers in the country have called on the Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (Admarc) to start buying their produce.

 Admarc depots in Ntcheu, Dedza, Lilongwe, Kasungu and Dowa are often closed and if they are open, no produce is bought from farmers
This is forcing the farmers to resort to selling their produce to vendors at prices which are far lower than government recommended minimum prices.
“Vendors are buying our soya at as low as K150 per kilogram, a price which is far below the recommended price,” said Daniel Mwale, one of the farmers.
Admarc Spokesperson, Agnes Chikoko, insists they have started purchasing produce from farmers in Central Region.
“We are buying beans and soya beans in Lilongwe and we will soon start buying maize upon being given a go ahead by government,” said Chikoko.
Some quarters have been faulting what they call inadequate funding of Admarc which they say is thwarting the grain marketing board’s operations.
In 2018/2019 farm season, Admarc was given K20 billion for the purchase of farm produce from farmers.
But in the mid- year budget review last year, the overall allocation to the ministry of agriculture, which also includes Admarc, was reduced by half.


In the Aid of friends of Mulanje Orphans (FOMO) Stewart the cyclist and John Moyenda are raising funds and materials for the building of FOMO mangani centre.

Stewart the cyclist and John Moyenda will hike the highest mountain in Africa ( Kilimanjaro ) when the first challenge is done, they will cycle a distance of more than 2,301 km from kilimanjaro to Mulanje and finally complete the challenge by hiking Mulanje mountain (3,002meters).

This challenge will begin from 1st September 2019 to the 30th of the same month.

You too can be part of this great event and help FOMO in the building of this centre by donating on line,bank or airtel and tnm mpamba

On line donation

Account Name: first capital bank mulanje
                          savings account number: 0034502000204

                         National Bank mulanje
                         Current Account:477478

Airtel money:    0997 106 706

TNM Mpamba: 0884 452 477


Learn to sew

sewing classing starts from 7:30 - 4:30                                        and on Saturdays 7:30 - 12;00
Mondays to Fridays

 find us @  nkhonya near bus stop
for more information call us on 0997 106 706


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On the 11th September 2018,Mr Oliver Simbota the lab technologist of FOMO Clinic explained to us how Malaria has affected Mulanje District.

Mr Simbota explained that malaria cases are rising because most people are not sleeping in treated mosquito nets and many others do not have mosquito nets.  As a result malaria is a big problem in Mulanje which has led to shortage of anti-malarial drugs at FOMO Clinic.

Therefore we would like to ask well-wishers to help us in the distribution of mosquito nets as we know that prevention is better than cure.

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Aisha Mtokoma

My name is Aisha Mtokoma, I come from Losa village, and I am aged 15. I did my primary education at Marine school in Chiradzulu. For my secondary education, I was selected at Maveya community secondary school but now am learning at FISS. I joined Mulanje mag to write more stories that are mostly silent but commonly happens in Mulanje and let the people know our stories.

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Juliet Malizani

My name is Juliet Malizani from Kankhomba village I was born on the 3rd of January 2002. I did my primary education at Kankhomba primary school and for my secondary school, am now learning at FISS. Due to the carelessly cutting down of trees I joined Mulanje mag so that I should take part in helping fight this bad behavior that is affecting our beautiful Mulanje Mountain and country of Malawi.  

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Winnie Chiongolera

My name is Winnie Chiongolera, I am 14years old. I did my primary school at Likhubula L.E.A. After my junior examination I was selected at FISS. Am proud of my school and I joined Mulanje mag to write more about what happens at my School.

When I finish my education I want to became a Journalist and work at a Radio Station.

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Memory Nang’anjo

My name is Memory Nang’anjo, Am 15years old. I did my primary school at Likhubula LEA. After my primary education I was selected at Misanjo C.D.S.S but as of now am learning at FISS. I joined Mulanje Mag because I like to write stories and poems and the magazine will help me inform a lot of readers on the stories that happen in Mulanje.

After my education, I want to become a writer.

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