Malawi Embassy Villa 70, Al-Bostan Street, Block 3, 10th Settlement, Sheikh Zayed, Giza, Cairo.
(00 202) 38956242
(00 202) 38956830
cairo.malawimission@foreignaffairs.gov.mw

Contact persons in the Embassy are:
  • Her Excellency Ambassador: Mrs. Caroline C.S. Bwanali-Mussa.
  • Deputy Head of Mission: Mr. Roy Chizimba
  • First Secretary (Tourism, Consular and Training) and Head of Chancery: Mrs. Jean Kadzakumanja
Office working hours: from 9:00 to 15:30 hours

Holidays

  • New Year    -    1st January
  • John Chilembwe Day    -    15th January
  • Martyr's Day    -    3rd March
  • Good Friday    -    30th March
  • Easter Monday    -    2nd April
  • Labour Day    -    1st May
  • Kamuzu Day    -    14th May
  • Independence Day    -    6th July
  • Eid Al Fitr    -    Depending on citation of the moon
  • Mothers’ Day    -    15th October
  • Christmas Day    -    25th December
  • Christmas Box    -    26th December
  • Christmas Day    -    7th January
  • Police/Revolution Day    -    25th January
  • Sinai Liberation Day    -    25th April
  • Labour Day    -    1st May
  • Coptic Easter    -    8th April
  • Spring Festival    -    9th April
  • Revolution Day    -    30th June
  • Eid Al Fitr    -    Depending on citation of the moon
  • Revolution Day    -    23rd July
  • Grand Bairam    -    Depending on citation of the moon
  • Hijri New Year 1442    -    Depending on citation of the moon
  • Armed Forces Day    -    6th October
  • Prophet Mohamed Birthday    -    Depending on citation of the moon

BRIEF PERSONAL PROFILE OF THE AMBASSADOR

Ambassador Caroline Cyrenia Sakina Bwanali-Mussa holds Master’s Degree of Education - English Language obtained from Gazi University, Turkey in 2000. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree of Education (Honours) - English Language obtained in 1994 from University of Gezira, Sudan. In 1991, she obtained a Diploma in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies from African Islamic University, Sudan. She holds General Certificate of Education obtained in 1989 in Malawi.

Ambassador Caroline is a seasoned educationist and a Communication expert whom prior to her appointment as an ambassador, served as a lecturer in the Language and Communication Department at the Polytechnic - University of Malawi from 2001 to 2015 and at different managerial positions as follows:

Ø  Dean of Faculty of Education and Media Studies from 2011 to 2013;

Ø   Faculty Representative on University of Malawi Senate from 2014 to 2015; and

Ø  Head of Languages and Communication Department from 2004 to 2008.

Before joining the University of Malawi, she worked as a tutor and Head of English Language Unit at State College for Foreign Languages in Ankara, Turkey.  While pursuing her master’s degree, she taught English Language at Muradiye Language College and Society for International Students Foundation.

As for professional affiliation, Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa is a Member of Teachers of English to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL) and Teacher Educators Association of Malawi (TEAM).

During her academic career, Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa presented several papers at various forums as follows:

Ø  “Women in Society”, presented at the Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa on 8th August 2008, during an Interfaith Conference;

Ø   “Developing Module Guides”,   presented at  Sun and Sand, Mangochi, Malawi on 13th  December, 2007, at the Curriculum Reform for Widening  Access and Increase Participation in Malawi's Higher Education Workshop;

Ø  “English Language Teaching in Malawi: Realities in Public Secondary School Classroom”, presented at the State Convention and Trade Centre - Seattle, Washington, on 19th March 2007, during TESOL Conference;

Ø  “Media Coverage of Religious issues in Malawi”, Presented at Grace Bandawe Centre, Blantyre, Malawi on 20th October, 2007; at UNESCO Media Workshop and “The Role of Religion in Promotion of Peace and Unity”, Presented at Le Meridien Mount Soche Hotel, Blantyre, Malawi on 10th February, 2005 at Public Affairs Committee Conference.

Ambassador Caroline had also the honour to serve on various college, university, and national committees and organisations as a member and/or chair.

In her community outreach endeavors, Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa served as Executive member of Public Affairs Committee (PAC) from 2011, Vice Board Chairperson for Malawi Interfaith Aids Association (MIAA) from 2014 and National Coordinator of Qadriya Muslim of Association of Malawi for Women.

Ambassador Caroline competently communicates in English, Yao and Chichewa languages and she comfortably converses in Arabic and Turkish. She loves walking, reading, cooking, dancing and gardening during her free time.

 
The Embassy is headed by the Ambassador who is represents the President of the Republic of Malawi. The Ambassador, together with other diplomatic members of staff, conducts official business of the Government of the Republic of Malawi in the Arab Republic of Egypt. The main duties and services of the Embassy are as follows:
  • To facilitate and coordinate economic activities relating to trade, investment and tourism in Egypt, and other accredited countries, namely; Algeria, Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia.
  • To facilitate the mobilization of aid and technical assistance from Egypt and all the Embassy’s accredited countries.
  • To facilitate issuance of passports to Malawian nationals and travel documents to foreign nationals wishing to visit or reside in Malawi.
  • To meet with nationals on matters affecting their social well-being. Make regular visits to communities where nationals reside to listen to their concerns and address these needs where possible.
  • To authenticate legal documents for Malawian nationals living in Egypt and other accredited countries and for companies doing business in and with Malawi.

Jurisdiction

The Embassy of the Republic of Malawi in Cairo is representatives the Government of the Republic of Malawi in the Arab Republic of Egypt. The Embassy is also accredited on non-residential basis to the following countries:

Algeria Iran Jordan Lebanon Libya Morocco Palestine Sudan Syria Tunisia
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Villa 70, Al-Bostan Street, Block 3, 10th Settlement,
Sheikh Zayed, Giza, Cairo.
(00 202) 38956242
(00 202) 38956830
cairo.malawimission@foreignaffairs.gov.mw
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