TweetShareSharePin How do you describe yourself? My name is Witness Malinga, a 24-year-old creative Malawian. I am a final year computer science student at the International University of Africa (IUA) in Khartoum, SUDAN. Am the founder and Chief Executive Officer of a start-up tech company known as PROMA Technologies which focuses on creatively solving technical […]Click to Read More

PANEL DISCUSSION: The Future of Pan Africanism

TweetShareSharePinThe majority of young people may not know or understand what ‘Pan Africanism’ is all about, but they will be quick to know the champions of the cause. The icons of Africa, even after they are long gone, are still looked up to as the fathers of nations in Africa. They all left legacies that […]Click to Read More

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMMENT: The best entrepreneurial path to take in the

TweetShareSharePinSoftware is omnipresent in today’s environment to the extent that many people and organizations can no longer function without it. Software apps must, of course, be created, disseminated, and maintained. That is precisely what software development companies do. The software development industry is huge and powerful. According to IBISWorld, the software publishing industry generates $238 […]Click to Read More

PANEL DISCUSSION: Pan Africanism – Learning from past mistakes and

TweetShareSharePinWatch the Discussion below: Subscribe, like, comment and share. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W18U2Dy6R8E KNOW YOUR PANELISTS: Zito Mbowa ~ Eswatini Zito attended Red Cross Nordic UWC (Norway) from 2013 to 2015 and proceeded to WestminsterCollege, (MO, United State) from 2015 to 2019, where he pursued Transnational Business. He co-founded Leading Africa Forum, a thinktank and intergenerational dialogue platform […]Click to Read More


TweetShareSharePinAfrican Millennial created on the 15th July 2020 is a collective group of youth based in Ghana  who are motivated to solve issues that Africa faces in terms of governance, both economic or social.  They look at relationships of how the government interacts with various state agencies to solve issues that affect the youth. Derrick, […]Click to Read More

Panel Discussion: Finding lasting solutions to the issue of needy

TweetShareSharePinJoin us on 10th July as we tackle the issue of needy students in institutions of higher learning. Links to the event: Lucy Kumwenda is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: Practical solutions to the issue of needy students Time: Jul 10, 2021 07:00 PM Africa/Blantyre Link 1 Join Zoom Meeting https://us04web.zoom.us/j/73601193697?pwd=NnI4L0I2bEFlcW9EcjhIUzRQV0syZz09 Meeting […]Click to Read More


TweetShareSharePinMany people live with a mental health conditions. Mental health affects everyone from all walks of life, regardless of age, race, gender, sexuality or economic status. Though mental health issues are widely known, stigma, shame, discrimination, and misunderstanding still exist especially in African countries. What causes Mental Health Problems? What causes mental health problems is […]Click to Read More

Panel Discussion: Lets Talk Mental Health

TweetShareSharePinAs suicide rates keep on increasing in Malawi, it’s vital that we continue to discuss on what is ore often the cause: poor mental health. Join us on 25 June 2020 at 20:00 hours CAT as we continue the mental health talk with Dr. Precious Makiyi and Mr. Chanjo Phiri Hosted by Bongani Consolata Mthetwa. […]Click to Read More