History Of Malawi

Author: Staff Researcher

Tribute to Prince Phillip.

By Bruce Sosola. Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh was an official envoy of the Monarchy of the United Kingdom who officiated the hoisting down and up of the Union Jack and the Rising Sun, respectively on 6 July 1964 at Kamuzu Stadium. For two years, Malawi’s head of state was Queen Elizabeth, and Kamuzu…

The history of Air Malawi and its friendliness

By Bruce Sosola. The one-time performing flag carrier Air Malawi enjoyed the skylines in Africa and outside Africa, however, its promising excellence and airborne friendliness were short-lived. At independence in 1964, Air Malawi became a stand-alone airline detached from the Central African Airways (CAA) and wholly owned by Malawi. Air Malawi’s performance peaked between 1974…

THE DEVLIN COMMISSION OF INQUIRY.

By Conleith Selenje The Devlin Commission of Inquiry has been one of the most outstanding commissions set by the British administration in the history of Nyasaland. It was set to mainly investigate the operations of the ‘Operation Sunrise’ and the State of Emergency of 1959 and the continued resistance of the natives to the federation.…

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