History Of Malawi

VIRTUAL CONVERSATIONS ON MALAWI’S INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES, 13-19 OCTOBER 2020.

The past two weeks, concerned Malawians submitted Petitions to the Ministry of Civic Education and National Unity and the Parliament to demand the use of indigenous language (s) in Parliament to compliment English and officially recognise indigenous languages spoken in Malawi as national languages.

The Petitions can be accessed on this link:

Against this background, the Lost History Foundation (LHF) has organized a series of cultural conversations to provide a space for intellectual inputs to the key issues raised in the Petitions.

These Series will run virtually from the 13-19 October 2020 for 90 minutes commencing at 18 PM (Malawi Time) every day.

Series No 1 on Tuesday the 13th of October 2020 at *18 PM* features a Ngoni Historian Rodney Tingokanyama who will deliver a presentation on the Ngoni perspectives on the Petitions.

You can join or follow the conversations on Zoom through this link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86138242232…

Passcode: 029759

Webinar ID: 861 3824 2232

All Series will also be beamed live on Face book page: *Malawi Lost History.*

_# Lost History Foundation._

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