Let words rain and reign

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Let words rain and reign

Dzandile ndi nkhono (Dzandile and the snail)


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The-boy-and-the-snail

Padangokhala  (Once upon a time) Tili tonse. Padangokhala Tili tonse. Ku dziko lina lakutali ankadya nkhono. (There was a far-away country where people used to eat snails.) Tili tonse. Nde amayi ena anali ndi ana
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Kambaya


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Child abuse

Padangokhala (Once upon a time) Tili tonse Panali amai ena (There was a certain woman) Nde amayiwo anali ndi mwana  (So this woman had a child) Tili tonse Nde amayi aja anamwalira. (Then the woman
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Mawanga a Nkhanga (The Guinea Fowl’s spots)


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The Guinea Fowl

Panangokhala…. (Once upon a time) Tili tonse Panali atsikana ena ake. (There lived some girls) Tili tonse. Nde anapita kukatola nkhuni. (So they decided to go and pick firewood) Tili tonse Ali kotola nkhuni kuja.
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In pursuit of my Destiny


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Rhoda Zulu (Mother) and Caroline Zulu (Daughter) graduate together

‘’If you would not be forgotten as soon as you’re dead and rotten, either do something worth writing or write something worth  reading.’’ Quoted from Benjamin Franklin, a great American citizen, scientist, philosopher, musician….. This
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Women in Malawi’s history: Rose Chibambo


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Rose Chibambo

T.L:  I have noticed your earlobes have holes, not like the tiny piercings for those who wear earrings. These holes are quite big. Is there a story behind them? These earlobes were a sign of
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