Crisis? What Crisis? Malawian Degrees and International Comparability Article published in the Malawi Weekend Nation Newspaper, 6th April 2019 (Part I) and 13th April 2019 (Part II) University of the West of Scotland and Chair of the Further and Higher Education Forum, Scotland-Malawi Partnership, UK. He writes in his personal capacity. By Yonah Matemba, PhD […]
AMS is delighted to announce that the 2017 Gala Dinner Dance will take place at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Glasgow on 8th July 2017 as part of Malawi Independence Celebrations. Come and be part of this fabulous event with 3 Main Course Dinner, a Raffle and of course music by Lulu from Malawi and other artists. Funds […]
In Malawi culture is an integral part of many peoples lives. Malawians take their cultural events seriously and exhibit a hunger for ever more imagery and music. This explosion in creativity has most recently been associated with the hope and future of the country’s growing confidence in itself and the arts which define – with […]
Culture Malawi prides itself with a mosaic of unique culture practices and norms. The main traditional dances and rituals as well as arts and crafts found among the people act as an identifying factor for the many but united ethnic groups of the country. The dances of Malawi, for instance, have deeper meaning than what […]
Mulanje Mountain The Mulanje Massif- Dramatic granite cliffs mark along the edge of the Mulanje massif and are streaked with waterfalls created by the streams draining the plateau and peaks above. Mulanje is one of the “necklace” of mountains stretching along the eastern side of Africa from the Drakensburg to Ethiopia. The mountain’s summit stands […]
Wild Life Malawi is blessed with no less than nine national parks and wildlife reserves. In the north are the unique Nyika Plateau and the Vwaza Reserve. These complement each other, one a highland, the other a lowland marsh area. The central region has two vast game areas; Kasungu National Park in the west and […]
Lake Malawi occupies one fifth of the country’s total area. It is the 3rd largest fresh water lake in Africa and the 9th largest in the world. The Lake drains an area larger than Malawi itself yet, surprisingly, only one river, the Shire (pronounced “shiray” – the old spelling) flows from it. Eventually, the water […]
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