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Book discloses threat to Malawi’s State Legitimacy

Political experts in Malawi have predicted a threat to state legitimacy and prospects of the country’s democracy consolidation following a decline in public trust in key governance institutions. The two experts, Joseph Chunga and Happy Kayuni through their chapter in a book; Beyond Impunity-New Directions for Governance in Malawi that has been published this year, …

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Catholic Bishops Appoint Principals of Catholic University St Thomas More Campus, St John’s College

The Catholic Bishops under the Episcopal Conference of Malawi (ECM) have appointed Rev. Fr. Dr. Israel Madziakaphwa and Rev. Fr. Dr. Henry Saindi as Principals of Catholic University of Malawi’s St Thomas More Campus in Lilongwe and St Johns College of Health Sciences and Teaching Hospital in Mzuzu respectively. The appointments follow the Bishops’ Second …

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CUNIMA Introduces Courses for the Catechists, Laity

The Catholic University of Malawi (CUNIMA) through the Faculty of Theology has introduced short courses that are to help the catechists and laity in the country attain some academic orientation for their various ministries in the Church. The Registrar of the University Francis Vincent Nkhoma said the short courses are to help the Catholic faithful …

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Catholic University Vice-Chancellor Challenges Lecturers on 1992 Bishops Call

The Vice-Chancellor of the Catholic University of Malawi, Rev. Fr. Dr. George Buleya has challenged lecturers of the University to abide by the 1992 Catholic Bishops call on quality education to the youth of the country. Through the Pastoral letter titled “Living our Faith” that was issued 8th March 1992, the Conference of Catholic Bishops …

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