His Excellency the President in Library at All Souls College

President Peter Mutharika made history on Friday, by becoming the first Malawian President and second Southern African to address the Oxford Union, where he called for a “change in mindset” to fix historical wrongs of colonial education.

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HE at Oxford

Malawi, just like the rest of Africa is not poor, President Professor Peter Mutharika told his audience to his address to the Oxford Union in England on Friday.

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The inaugural Buy Malawian campaign in the United Kingdom reached out over 500,000 mainly web driven and thousands more voted for products that were part of the campaign to boost Malawi imports in the UK.

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President Mutharika answers questions

President Peter Mutharika relived his academic days, when at Oxford University challenged that Universities should open debates that being stuck in historical battles that would not help in advancement of people.

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The Malawi High Commission in London has asked the Turkish Airlines, the World’s largest airline by destination to consider a direct flight into Malawi from Europe that can help boost trade, tourism and investment.

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Professor Stefan Decron makes a point as other listen

Professors at Oxford University have said Malawi can become the centre of its research programme as it has been working for years in agriculture, economics and public health through strengthened partnership with Government.

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The Rare Charity, an arm of Rare Tea Company is now offering education support to Malawian students, as part of its social responsibility towards the source of its tea.

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As the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union, British business should invest in Malawi to benefit from a wide range of free trade zones that the country has with all major markets, Malawi High Commissioner to the UK Kena Mphonda has said.

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The Malawi High Commission in London today officially joined the Malawi Scotland Partnership, Just Trading Limited and Satemwa Tea/Rare Tea Company in the inaugural Buy Malawian campaign for the United Kingdom.

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