Malawi Association to host dinner dance at Mama Jumbe in London Sep 19

Malawi Association UK has organised a dinner and dance party on Saturday, 19 September 2015 at the Gastronomic Safari also known as Mama Jumbe’s Restaurant in London for winners of the 2015 event, sponsors and Malawians in general will interact as a pre-launch for the 2016 edition to be held in April, in Birmingham.mama jumbe

Mama Jumbe venue is at 360 Katherine Road, London, E7 8NW and the entry charge for guests will be £15.

Apart from dinner , which will run from 1800 hours and end the following morning, there will losts of entertainment package including music and dance, according to Felix Banda the awards project director.

He said “ excellent accommodation” is also available above the venue itself at affordable rates.

Banda said the dinner and dance will be a Malawi themed night at the Mama Jumbe.

He said it will be smart casual – Malawi themed attire event – preparing for a red carpet main event in April, 2016.

Malawi Achievers Awards UK, whose aim is to celebrate and recognise outstanding Malawian individuals and groups in the UK for their exceptional achievements and contributions to their respective communities both in the UK and in Malawi, is a project of Malawi Association UK (MAUK), an umbrella body for all Malawians in the UK.

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4 thoughts on “Malawi Association to host dinner dance at Mama Jumbe in London Sep 19”

  1. Gas Machine Head says:

    Poorly written story. I bet this is just from a Press Release and whoever turned it into a news piece has done a very poor job of journalism.
    First the headline screams about an event at Mama Jumbe’s. As a Malawian reading an international news media source that caters for Malawians across the board, the name “Mama Jumbe” drew my interest to read the article. Jumbe, as we all know is linked to multiple issues in Malawi , it could be from slave trade history but in contemporary landscape, “the Friday, Luke, Sparks Jumbe brothers” came to my mind. Could it be that one of their daughter’s is running a hotel in London? I asked myself?

    What am trying here to say is that what is in the headline is what the main story should be about. In this case,, you needed to elaborate further on Mama Jumbe, its history, is links to the Malawians in the UK among other things. Otherwise, you did not have to tell us that in the headline because we are not all based in the UK and do not care whether its at Mama Jumbe’s or Dada Jumbe’s .

    As a news writer for an online news media, write something for all of us Malawians. So tell us about the event first and what it is all about and then you can mention of the venue for those in the UK to know where and how to get at the the event.

    Pathetic amateurish reporting. If you need proof-reading for free, email me your articles in advance: [email protected]

  2. Wyson Justin says:

    That’s great go ahead…

  3. Sapitwa says:

    Mapwevupwevu kuchuluka kumeneko!

  4. Mvithe says:

    Nkhani ya bwino iyi, pitiridzani kuwalitsa Malawi kunjako. Koma yopinda dzala nsima ndi chambo choocha ziriko kumeneko?

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