Malawi President appoints new envoys to China, UN and South Africa

Malawi President Mrs. Joyce Banda has appointed three new envoys for China, UN and South Africa.

In the announcement was made by Secretary to the President Bright Msaka, the former Director of Administration in the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC),  Charles Msosa, has been posted as the to be the permanent Representative to the United Nations.

Msosa replaced Brian Bowler who was recalled soon after President Banda ascended to power in April.

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In another appointment, President Banda has also hired academician Mrs. Stella Ndau to be High Commissioner in South Africa. She replaces Agrinna Mussa.

Ndau was Deputy Dean of Humanities and lecturer in Language & Communication at University of Malawi.

And Ernest Makawa will be Malawi’s new envoy to the People Republic of China where he replaces Charles Namondwe.

“Her Excellency, Mrs. Joyce Banda, president of the Republic of Malawi In exercise of the powers conferred upon her by section 190 of the constitution and the Public Service Act has made new diplomatic appointments,” reads chief Secretary Msaka said in the announcement.

The appointments are with effect August 16, 2012.

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