President Chakwera appoints Sunduzwayo Madise Unima Deputy Vice-Chancellor

President Lazarus Chakwera has appointed former University of Malawi (Unima) Dean of Faculty of Law Dr Sunduzwayo Madise as Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the university.
A statement, signed by Unima acting registrar Mary Wasiri, dated 16 June, 2022 said the appointment follows a rigorous search process.

New Vice Chancellor Dr Sunduzwayo Madise
 Reads the statement in part: “The Council for University of Malawi is pleased to announce that the President of the Republic of Malawi and Chancellor of the university His Excellency the President Dr Lazarus McCarthy Chakwera has approved the appointment of Dr Sunduzwayo Madise as Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Malawi with immediate effect.
The President appointed Professor Idruss Samson Sajidu as the Vice-Chancellor of the university.
“The university wishes to express its happiness to have an individual in Dr Madise’s calibre appointed to support the new chapter of the re-established University of Malawi.”
Meanwhile, Madise’s appointment has been welcomed by people from all walks of life, saying he has an impeccable track record.
“I can’t keep quiet! I love it when people excel. Well done  and congratulations Dr Sunduzwayo Madise
“The way this guy re-invented himself is one inspiration story I like,” wrote Dr Hastings Chikoko on his Facebook Page.
Former Daily Times editor and a renowned columnist, Madalitso Musa, wrote on his Facebook Page saying, :”This is an extraordinary man. A genius Grade A. Very amiable, sociable, steadfast. You can add all honorifics and they will fall short of accuracy in description. Mfundisi, I celebrate your appointment with a somersault and a gulp of my favourite beverage. Congratulations Sunduzwayo Madise. I hope and hope earnestly that the regimental dictates of seniority will not freeze your free spirit.
“It is your brain we love and cherish. Your cloth is cut from the finest  cloth. My fervent prayer is that you always walk in the great light.”
Dr Madise holds a PhD in Law from the University of Warwick (in 2017), post graduate award in Teaching and Learning in higher education from the same university in 2015, Master of Law from (LLM) with distinction from the University of the Western Cape, South Africa (in 2011),  Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Science  University of Malawi (in 1991 and 2009 respectively.
He has served in various portfolios, including boards and a number of professional organizations. He is the current serving Malawi National Council of Sports and Commissioner for Malawi Human Rights Commission. Dr Madise has been Dean of Faculty of Law, Dean of students, deputy  head and head of Practical Legal Studies  at Unima.
His brother Dingiswayo has just been appointed Justice of the Supreme Court of Appeal while his sister Professor Nyovase Madise is an accomplished academic as well.

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Alick mzenda
Alick mzenda
18 days ago

It can not get sweeter than this…congratulations sir …..

Peloma
Peloma
18 days ago

It’s Nyovani Madise not Nyovase Madise.

Indeed, this family has geniuses. And Sundu is a very suitable person to occupy this position. He was Chair of Transition Unit and he led with impeccable skills.

Chifundo Ganizani
Chifundo Ganizani
19 days ago

He was my IT teacher. One day ylu will see this guy running to be a president

Dausee
Dausee
19 days ago

Ku banja la a Madise zikuyendatu. A thank you for Dingiswayo’s role in getting MCP into power

young chakana
young chakana
19 days ago

This is a well deserved and unreservedly very welcome appointment. Sunduzwayo’s impeccable record in many spheres of life, let alone in academic circles, is well known and it is no secret that the guy is a performer. Congratulations big man Madise and kudos to the president!

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