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Globalization, linguistic diversity, and information dissemination in Malawi
(Brill Academic Publishers. http://www.brill.nl/m%5Fcatalogue.asp?sub=3, 2008)
In a linguistically heterogeneous country, one of the critical challenges is to make information accessible to all people. Various communication media can be used: television, radio, telephone, the Internet and others. ...
Language planning in Botswana and Malawi: a comparative study
(Walter de Gruyter, http://www.degruyter.de, 2006-11)
The article discusses language planning in two Southern African countries, Botswana and Malawi. Both countries are multilingual and multicultural. They also share a common British colonial history. At independence, ...
Language proficiency testing and the expatriate medical practitioner in Malawi
(Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, 2008-08)
According to the Medical Council of Malawi, one of the conditions for a licence to be granted to an individual who wants to practise medicine in Malawi is the practitioner's ability to speak and write English fluently. ...
The bumpy road to mother tongue instruction in Malawi
(Routledge. http://www.informaworld.com, 2008-09)
In 1996, the Ministry of Education in Malawi directed that in future Standards 1 to 4 would be taught through mother tongues. It took eight years before the pilot phase of the language policy could begin. The paper critically ...