Luke Bisani

CUNIMA Empowers Three Students in Entrepreneurship

The Catholic University of Malawi, through its Management Resource Centre, is set to empower three students in entrepreneurship under its business incubation project. The tree students are Issack Ruwanya, who is studying a Bachelor of Commerce (Human Resource Management), Doreen William, who is studying a Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Finance), and Fr. Samson Kumkumbira, […]

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Catholic University trains citizens on ESIA.

The Catholic University of Malawi, through the Centre of Environment Affairs at the university, has trained citizens on Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) in Malawi. Speaking after training, one of the participants, Richard Chikonga from Presscane Limited in Malawi, described the training as an eye-opener for them, saying they will apply the knowledge they

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Catholic University AVC Tips on Entrepreneurial Opportunity from Research

The Acting Vice-Chancellor (AVC) of the Catholic University of Malawi, Rev. Fr. Dr. Wilfred Sumani S.J., has tipped the academia to eye research for entrepreneurship opportunities. Speaking during a research dissemination seminar held on Friday this week at the university’s main campus in Nguludi Chiradzulu district, Rev. Fr. Dr. Sumani said research gives entrepreneurs opportunities

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Catholic University Urges Universities to be Problem Solvers

Universities in Malawi have been urged to help solve challenges rocking the country as a way of fulfilling their mandates. Speaking during a research capacity-building meeting held in Blantyre on Wednesday this week, the Dean of the Faculty of Science, who is also the High Education Institution (HEI) Lead Person at the Catholic University of

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CUNIMA eyeing online for internships, employment opportunities

Through the Transforming Higher Education Systems in Malawi project, the Catholic University of Malawi (CUNIMA) is eying for an online platform to help increase internship and employment opportunities among graduating students in Malawi. Speaking during a one-day workshop held on Tuesday this week that aimed at interacting with students and staff members on the implementation

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CUNIMA Conversation: Law experts fault the selective justice system in Malawi.

Law experts in Malawi have faulted the selective justice in Malawi between the rich and the poor, arguing that the development is fueling impunity in the criminal justice system in Malawi. Speaking during the CUNIMA [Catholic University of Malawi] Conversation, one of the law experts, who is also a lecturer in the Faculty of Law,

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Law Lecturer calls for honesty on judicial review application

One of the law lecturers in the faculty of law, David Bandawe, has called on lawyers in the country to be honest with their clients when they seek judicial review in various matters. Speaking during his research paper seminar held at the Catholic University of Malawi, Bandawe disclosed that some lawyers fail to advise their

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Company puts a smile on Catholic University

On Thursday this week, Smile Life Insurance Company donated a multi-million dollar tent to the Catholic University of Malawi to help the university increase the capacity of attendees at graduation ceremonies and other events. Speaking during the donation ceremony, Deputy Chief Executive Office for Smile Life Beatrice Mangwana said the company values education as a

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Catholic University, Irish Mary Immaculate College Gaze at Academic Relationship

On Friday this week, the Catholic University of Malawi (CUNIMA) held an interactive session with Mary Immaculate College (MIC) from Ireland to foster an academic relationship that can benefit the two institutions in delivering quality education. Speaking during the interactive session, CUNIMA Acting Vice Chancellor Rev. Fr. Dr. Wilfred Sumani S.J. urged the two teams

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