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yakobo
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yakobo

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mada
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mada

kodi nkhani ndi ya quota kapena chani?

dzina langa
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dzina langa

inu a chipimpha khaneliwa kaya ndinu a khanyu anu you must be a fool. your Eng is even worse not bad. go bak to the books.

Real Patriot
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Real Patriot

If Malawi has arguments such of the chipipha Khaneliwa who has written his trash in Caps lock,then we have a wrong way to go.So what has low standards to do with Tumbukas?You think blaming Tumbukas for your own dullness will improve your situation?Embrace the spirit of hardworking like Tumbukas and you will the situation than just waiting for useless quota to push you.Hating Tumbukas for no proper reasons will not improve your situation.

wayaman
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Guys dont just blame quota system..mwangodana nayo..remember that kale people did not go repeating form four ngati standard 8…..people who passed with good grades after kulemba MCE pakamodzi but look now what is happening? munthu kubwereza mpaka apeze good grades and you call that one intelligent? that particular person cant work under pressure…..and it was because of this plus kuonera kwa ana a ku ma private komwe kunayambitsa entrance….unless you have another reason documented. minus the spellings ..where is the mental arithmentic? ana cant solve simple arithmetic mpaka atatenga calculater..sad.

Mwana Mai
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Mwana Mai

Gospel Kazakh is not telling us the gospel truth because the issue of our education system being despicable goes back a long way. A genuine and practical example I could give is about himself the time when he was hosting the presidential debate last year. His English was very bad that I begun doubting if he was indeed a boss looking after a broadcasting house. Has Gospel graduated through the current education system, if not why has he not spoken the Queens language as it were? If we talk about the graduates from our universities you at times wonder if… Read more »

Munthu Wakunja
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Munthu Wakunja

Chichewa is indeed a natinal language for the Chewas. For non Chewa peoples, it is the language of an oppressor. The MCP regime imposed its Aryan Chewa with impunity over other non chewa people who suffered misery for 31 years. The use of one language has been a major contributor to the low educational standards in Malawi. So do not take us backward again with your oppressor’s dialect.

lesta
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lesta

Quota system at work

chipipha khanelihwa
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chipipha khanelihwa

AM HERE TO MAKE MY CASE CLEAR THE QUOTA SYSTEM IS NOT BAD EDUCATION IN AFRICA MAINLY IN MALAWI IS NOT TO DEVELOP MALAWI AS A NATION IS THERE TO ENRICH A CERTAIN GROUP OF WITH LUXURIOUS LIVES LET ME CLARIFY MY VIEWS MR GEORGE KAMANGA IF YOUR ONLY GENIUS LAND GET FLOODED TO THE UNIVERSITY WHAT ABOUT YOUR FELLOW BROTHERS IN THE SOUTH WHO YOU CALL LESS INTELLIGENT WOULD GET FOOD FOR THE DAY WHO WILL TAKE CARE OF THEM.MR KAMANGA I WOULD LIKE TO TELL TODAY WITH YOUR FELLOW STUPID MBWENUMBWENUS WHY DID KAMUZU CHASED YOUR GRANDFATHERS TO… Read more »

Charombanthu
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Charombanthu

Education standards were compromised by the Muluzi regime which “liberalised” education as well. Government allowed schools to operate next to bottle stores or along the main roads as if they were shops. Private schools are allowed to operate freely in residential areas of Ndirande, Chinamwali, Zingwangwa, Area 25, Soche East, Zolozolo, Mbayani etc. This never used to be the case in the past where schools like Chaminade, Robert Laws, Kongwe, Dedza, Mtendere, Box 2, even those in cities/towns such as Blantyre or HHI Secondary Schools or Bwaila, Mary Mount, but had all the requirements to prepare young minds for education… Read more »