South African Cultural Observatory

Malawi University of Science and Technology Visits Nelson Mandela University and SACO

BY 13.06.19

The SA Cultural Observatory hosted a delegation from Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST), led by the University’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Address Mauakowa Malata. The meeting was part of interactions between the Nelson Mandela University and MUST that is aimed at building a learning exchange partnership between the two institutions. The leadership of MUST expressed serious interest in the work that the Observatory is currently doing and are inspired to setup a similar project in Malawi.

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