History Of Malawi

Author: Staff Researcher

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…

Creation of Citizens’ Archives By Lost History Foundation

Lost History Foundation (LHF) was established in the year 2017 in Malawi with an aim to dig, preserve and disseminate the history of Malawi which has either been incorrectly presented, distorted or hidden for various reasons. The preservation and documentation of historical records and providing the public access to such historical materials is largely and…

VACANCIES

Lost History Foundation (LHF) was established in the year 2017 in Malawi with an aim to dig, preserve and disseminate the history of Malawi that has either been incorrectly presented, distorted or hidden for various reasons throughout the years. The Lost History Foundation (LHF) is currently looking for an Administration Officer (salaried position) and Programme…

International Economic Symposium in Nyasaland, 18-28 July 1962

From 18-28 July 1962, an International Economic Symposium co-funded by the Ford Foundation and Government of Nyasaland, took place at Kwacha Conference Centre in Blantyre. Conceived, organised and chaired by Dunduzu Chisiza the then Deputy Minister (Parliamentary Secretary) of Finance, the aim of the Symposium was to provide a platform to engage on various problems…

Lost History Foundation at Workshop on Freedom Road and its intersections at University of Stirling in Scotland.

On the 15th June 2019, the University of Stirling’s Archives and the Division of History and Politics hosted a one-day workshop called ‘Freedom Road and its intersections’ to engage on many interconnections between political activists and movements in Southern and Central Africa in the latter half of the Twentieth Century. The Lost History Foundation was…