History Of Malawi

THREE MAFREMO CADRES

Malawi Freedom Movement (MAFREMO) was an opposition political party that was established by Orton Chirwa in exile after he fled Malawi following the cabinet crisis of 1964. It is said that on Christmas Eve of 1981, Orton Chirwa, his wife Vera and a son called Fumbani were visiting Zambia from Tanzania when they were abducted…

Maxwell Mandere Gondwe: The story of a LESOMA cadre who became a United Nations (UN) staff.

Credits: Omar Jallow, Natalia Herrera Eslava and Maxwell Mandere Gondwe. Born in Malawi, his commitment to humanitarian causes it’s been with him since he can remember. Once a refugee himself in Zambia, Maxwell can talk about what war and conflict unleash onto children and how families struggle to keep the faith while their whole life…

HOW A YOUNG MALAWIAN SAVED JACOB ZUMA FROM DEATH DURING THE TOUGH APARTHEID ERA OF THE LATE 70s.

Chiza Lusungu Ngwira was a young Malawian born in 1945 at Chilumba Karonga who attained his tertiary education at Kumasini American college in Dar as salaam around the 60s. He furthered his education in Kenya and China in journalism by the help of his Uncle Giron Kambotoli Harawa from Chilumba who was a well-established businessman…