Misa-Malawi buys K8 million office structure: To be training centre for journos

Malawi’s scribes body, the Media Institute of Southern Africa (Misa) Malawi Chapter has bought a building in the capital Lilongwe  that will be utilized as an office and training centre for its members.

Misa chairperson Tereza Ndanga: Centre to train journalists

A statement from Misa-Malawi says the structure has cost the chapter K8 million out of the K14 million the chapter realized from various fund-raising activities.

The structure, Misa-Malawi says, will be used to house its offices and a training centre for continuing education for its members and those in the communication industry.

“The Chapter is currently working with DW Akadamie, Germany’s leading organization for media development and Deutsche Welle’s centre of excellence for education and knowledge transfer, in establishing the centre,” the statement says.

The statement, signed by Teresa Ndanga, the chairperson said the Chapter has so far raised K14 million of the K30 million target and hopes to raise the balance and complete work on the structure by mid-2019.

Misa-Malawi introduced an investigative journalism training to reflect the emphasis the media need to sharpen their skills to effectively hold public officers accountable over resources and conduct.

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JJ Mbewe the Pathfinder
JJ Mbewe the Pathfinder
1 year ago

And Miss ndanga start training nyasatimes journalists, especially Owen Khamula and Green Muheya. I know there are a bunch of them at nyasatimes but these two are the worst.

Ndendeuli
Ndendeuli
1 year ago

Stupid journalism no picture of The said structure koma kuikapo ka president kanu ka gwa ko!

Nyankhoma
Nyankhoma
1 year ago
Reply to  Ndendeuli

Eti eti. Shallow write up

Katakwe
1 year ago

Lilongwe kumidzitu, not in town. K8 million is a joke for an office building and the so called training centre in the city or else it is sub-standard. I am afraid this is not newsworthy.

Kaka
Kaka
1 year ago

Koma abale, office complex bought at K8 million. Ndiyamaudzu?

Wiseman
Wiseman
1 year ago

Why not post/insert the picture of that structure on your article? Kodi u reporter wanu ndi otani? Tiwelenge nkhani pambuyo pake mkumakhala ndi mafunso ambilimbili.

JOK
JOK
1 year ago

8million office structure in.Lilongwe really?? They are lucky indeed.

Mikongoma
1 year ago
Reply to  JOK

Dabwi.

Francis Kaisi
1 year ago

I would like to see the condition of that building. MK8 million sounds cheap for an office block.

auto teller
auto teller
1 year ago
Reply to  Francis Kaisi

ineso this has been my first reaction.

Wachidwi
Wachidwi
1 year ago

Where is the bought building located?

Sungururerureru
Sungururerureru
1 year ago

Good development

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