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Sportsmen and women battle for gold in Botswana

After a 2-year break due to Covid-19, sportsmen and women from the University of Malawi ­finally had the opportunity to once again participate in the annual SAUSSA (Southern African Universities Staff Sports Association) games. They were part of a 79-member group that travelled to Botswana in December last year to particip...

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EDF Dept offers satellite programmes

In a move to ensure that the physical location of the University of Malawi does not restrict people from accessing high quality education, the Education Foundations Department in the School of Education is offering two full-time programmes over weekends (Saturday and Sunday) through a satellite centre, the KUHeS-Lilongwe campu...

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Sociologists engage with youth in UNICEF project

The University of Malawi through the Department of Sociology has partnered with United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) in a study aimed at creating space for children and adolescents to become involved in developing and implementing the new Country Program Document (CPD) for UNICEF Malawi (2024-2028). Through the partne...

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Theology scholar publishes new book

Senior Lecturer in the Department of Theology, Dr. Hermann Yokoniah Mvula, on 3rd December, 2022, celebrated the publication of his new book, Beyond Good Intentions: Th­e Bible’s Mandate for Good Governance, at a book launch function which was held at Mwambo Lecture...

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Kayira publishes book on Malawian history

A scholar from the Department of History, Dr Gift Wasambo Kayira, has recently published a book that showcases a particular chapter of Malawi’s history. The book, entitled ­The State and the Legacies of British Colonial Development in Malawi: Confronting Poverty, 1939-1983...

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New book on Malawian hip-hop

Prof. Ken Lipenga, from the Department of English, recently published a book entitled Rap Music and the Youth in Malawi: Reppin’ the Flames. The book studies the language and content of contemporary Malawian hip hop as a window onto the country’s youth culture as ...

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