Browsing Faculty of Education by Subject "Malawi"

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  • Kamwendo, G. (Taylor & Francis, http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals, December, 2010)
    Malawi's Vision 2020 document, a national document that serves as a vehicle to project a future for a more developed, secure and democratically mature nation, laments the tendency of Malawians to denigrade local products ...
  • Kamwendo, G.H. (Brill Academic Publishers. http://www.brill.nl/m%5Fcatalogue.asp?sub=3, 2008)
    In a linguistically heterogeneous country, one of the critical challenges is to make information accessible to all people. Various communication media can be used: television, radio, telephone, the Internet and others. ...
  • Kamwendo, G.H.; Mooko, T. (Walter de Gruyter, http://www.degruyter.de, November, 2006)
    The article discusses language planning in two Southern African countries, Botswana and Malawi. Both countries are multilingual and multicultural. They also share a common British colonial history. At independence, ...
  • Kamwendo, G.H. (Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, August, 2008)
    According to the Medical Council of Malawi, one of the conditions for a licence to be granted to an individual who wants to practise medicine in Malawi is the practitioner's ability to speak and write English fluently. ...
  • Kamwendo, G. H. (Southern African Comparative and History of Education Society (SACHES). http://www.journals.co.za/ej/ejour_sare.html, October, 2006)
    During the first 30 years of Malawi’s independence (1964-1994), the country was under President Hastings Kamuzu Banda’s one-party authoritarian rule. In line with Banda’s nation-building ideology, Malawi pursued the ...

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