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AN INTERVIEW WITH TSITSI DANGAREMBGA


Makewana's Daughters


In July this year, the Story Club invited renowned Zimbabwean novelist and film maker, Tsitsi Dangarembga, to an arts festival held in Lilongwe. Makewana’s Daughters were privileged to be amongst those who were called to
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Women in religion and society: case studies of Greece and Malawi


Esela
Munthali

Women in religion and society: case studies of Greece and Malawi

Women play an important role in all facets of society. When we go back to ancient times of the Greeks, one aspect that is still constant is the important role of women in religion. This
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Women in Malawi’s history: Rose Chibambo


Makewana's Daughters

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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Interview with Juliane Okot p’Bitek


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Juliane O'kot Biket

What inspires your poetry? Everything and anything inspires my poetry though I’m loathe to refer to them as my poetry, especially because they are derived inspired moments and phrases that I don’t own.  Which is
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Interview with Catherine M’bawa


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Catherine Mbawa

MD: How did you come  up with the poem, ‘Patching His Patches’ ? During my first year at university, my Lecturer in Oral Literature, Professor Steve Chimombo, gave us an assignment to research on Oral
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