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Category: Features

Remembering Alinane Mphande through poetry


Timwa
Lipenga


When Makewana’s Daughters was starting out in 2015, one of our biggest challenges was to persuade people to send us their work.  So we would meet people in the corridors at work, and ask them
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RAPE MYTHS ” She was drunk therefore she deserved it”


Wongile
Mbano


Growing up in a misogynistic society I can safely say every girl and boy has had rape myths tattooed behind their eyeballs. If a girl is raped while drunk it is not her rapist’s fault
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SAY GOODBYE TO YESTERDAY


Makewana's Daughters


The fact that your yesterday was a hard one does not determine your today. Yesterday is nothing but history. As we begin a new month, may you have the courage to face it differently, may
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A JOURNEY BACK IN TIME: A VISIT TO MUA


Makewana's Daughters


In April last year, Dinah Katonda visited Mua Mission, a cultural center in Dedza district in Malawi. She shares her experiences with Makewana’s Daughters, in particular, Mua’s connections with Malawi’s history and culture. Makewana’s Daughters (MD):
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VISIT TO MBONA SHRINE by Evelyn Maseko


Makewana's Daughters


On Friday 20th August 2015 I accompanied Third Year Theology students from Chancellor College who were going for an education visit to Mbona Shrine in Nsanje. We arrived at the place at around 11:00 am
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