Mwiza Munthali

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Mwiza Munthali is a Malawian born activist and specialist in Africa and African Diaspora affairs.[1] He is the host of Washington DC based Pacifica radio show (WPFW 89.3FM) "Africa Now!".[2] Africa Now! is a radio show that discusses topical issues pertinent to Africans and the African diaspora in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas. He is also the public outreach Director of TransAfrica Forum a policy advocacy organisation.[3] At Trans Africa Forum he maintains communication links with information specialists of various multilateral agencies, U.S. government offices, and African and Caribbean embassies and organizations.[4]

Personal life[edit]

Munthali was born in Malawi and lived in the United States, and Ghana before returning to the United States.[5] He studied Geography the University of Iowa.[5][6]

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