Malawi National Examination Board (MANED) has today started administering Primary School Leaving Certificate (PSLCE) of examinations across the country which will run for three days.
According to MANEB, a total of 270, 646 candidates are writing the examinations.
Speaking before the examinations, MANEB Public Relations Officer Simeon Maganga advised all candidates to desist from cheating, saying if anyone will be caught doing so he/she will be disqualified and arrested on the spot.
He also argued all registered candidates to report to their respective centres for the examinations.
A visit by FaceofMalawi at Mbayani Primary School in the commercial capital Blantyre this morning saw the candidates writing the examinations without any problem.
More details to come……