Thursday, February 6, 2014


The Malawi National Examinations Board (MANEB) is pleased to inform schools, prospective candidates and the general public that it has opened a late registration window for candidates who still wish to sit for the 2014 national examinations.

The closing date for this late registration is Friday, February 14, 2014. However, every late registrant will have to pay a K1000 penalty (on top of the normal registration and ID production fees). This K1000 penalty is per registration which includes registering for both the subjects and ID production.

MANEB would, therefore, like to inform all Heads of Schools to accept these late registrants and process their registration accordingly. The schools should further ensure that they submit the following to their respective District Education Manager (DEM) offices by close of business on February 14:

A stamped letter from the host school, explaining their schools’ acceptance of admission

A CD containing details of the candidate

Well-signed hard copies (in triplicate)

Bank deposit slips showing payment of examination fees plus a K1000 penalty per candidate

Completed ID forms and two (2) passport-size photos.

Please note that all late registration submissions should go through respective DEMs which shall then submit the same to MANEB. No candidate or school should bring their data directly to MANEB.

For further enquiries on this exercise, contact us on 01 525 277 or 0999 108 774; Fax: 01 525 351; e-mail: or

Simeon Maganga


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