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Dausi
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Dausi

Wanena songo nakwivwa manyi. kumanya awa Titi wivwa (pumbwa)

Mphwache
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Izi zikanakhalpo nthawi yathu, enafe sitikanaphunzira ndithu. Why would they not just offer scholarships (they can full, partial, etc) to those students whose parents cannot afford? I don’t believe any student that went to a Private Boarding Secondary school can fail to pay the fees at any university in Malawi. (unless if their situation changes – like losing parents or guardians). Concentration should be on those students that went to public schools, and information about their inability to raise money can be collaborated with their former schools easily. Thus the process of assessing and awarding a scholarship should take barely… Read more »