Saturday, June 14, 2008

Pictures from Kamuzu Academy in Kasungu, Malawi

Kamuzu Academy in Mtunthama, Kasungu in central Malawi
was founded by the first President of Malawi,
the late Dr Hastings Kamuzu Banda










13 comments:

Anonymous said...

the photos are nice.i wish u could post more photos of different beautiful places here in malawi.i love my country two.

Anonymous said...

wow i love it too and Kamuzu Academy is a great place,really!!
i was a student there!!!

Anonymous said...

Kamuzu Academy is a great school, i should know because i have schooled there before and i love the fact it is located in Malawi!

Anonymous said...

reminds me of my old days in form 5 and 6

Anonymous said...

these are beautiful pictures....i miss KA so much!!!

Anonymous said...

kamuzu academy is a great place and it keeps getting better by the year(trust me i learn their)

Anonymous said...

I had always wanted to be part and parcel of the people of Kamuzu Academy, now i am what a privilege and what a nice place.I like its beauty.

Anonymous said...

i miss this school very much. i enjoyed the momments i was there. it was a lifetym experience one yu dont get very often. lol

Anonymous said...

wow! thank u 4 the pictures i am startin there in a few days tym even though i am not malawian i love malawi

Blessings Kadam'manja said...
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Blessings Kadam'manja said...

Kamuzu Academy is a nice and famous school.....!

Anonymous said...

I joined Kamuzu Academy in 1995 on the first president's scholarship then this school was really "Eton of Africa". I last visited the school in 2010 but trust me the structures are deteriorating. The school has produced a lot of people who are now doing well out there in society. Please Alumni can we do something to help this school out.

Anonymous said...

Honestly, Kamuzu Academy is a great place. When i consider the six years i stayed there, i feel like i have been there just for one day. I last visisted the school in 2010 with my family and i noticed that standards had gone down. Walking on grass was no longer out-of-bounds! There were a lot of footpaths on those beautiful loans! PMF was no longer there to provide security! In those days we used to have a school football team which could play Silver Strikers, Limbe Leaf Wanderers, MITCO and beat some of them. Our Football and Netball teams could go and train in the UK. When i visited the school in 2010, i remember one member of staff, who had taught me some twenty years ago asking me to demonstrate to the young ones (who i found in class)how we used to dance Ingoma for the NGWAZI. I shall live to cherish my experience at the Academy.