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H. K. Banda Archive: Banda's Writings (African Studies)

SCOPE:
Organized into the following subseries: Speeches, articles, miscellaneous, journals. Chronologically organized within subseries.

Box 2, Folder 1


SPEECHES:

Selected quotes (photocopy of holograph)

On the release of the last of the detainees. [1960?]

Mau a Dr. Banda = Statement by Dr. Banda. 22 September 1960

Government Statement no. 385/60. 9 September 1960.

Nyasaland’s struggle for freedom and independence. 17 April 1961

Closing address, 1962 Economic Symposium. 27 July 1962.

Untitled. 1963


Folder 2


A great man speaks: a threat to world peace. 29 April 1964

Malawi independence celebrations: principal speeches. 4-7 July 1964

Opening of Nairobi agricultural show. September 1967

Address to the Parliament of the Republic of Malawi. 29 January 1968

New Year message broadcast to the nation. 31 December 1968

The origin of the word “Chewa”: lecture given at Bunda College of Agriculture. 29 March 1969


Folder 3


Republic celebrations. July 1970. 2 copies

18th Commonwealth Parliamentary Association conference opening address. 20 October 1972 2 copies

State visit to Zambia. 8-12 January 1975

A plea for good Chichewa. 25 February 1975

Martyr’s Day. 3 March 1975


Folder 4


Opening and closing of Parliament. 11, 27 March 1975

Independence/Republic anniversary celebrations. 4-6 July 1975

Opening of the 1975 Convention of the Malawi Congress Party. 21 September 1975

Speech in Parliament. 8 March 1977

State address at the first meeting of the fourteenth session of Parliament. 26 July 1977

Lecture on Chichewa at Chancellor College. 14 October 1978. 2 copies

Speech in Parliament. 6 March 1979

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 30 September 1979


Folder 5


Speech in Parliament. 6 March 1980

1980 Annual party convention Malawi Congress Party. 28 September 1980

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 28 September 1980

Speech in Parliament. 24 February 1981

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 13 September 1981

Kamuzu Academy opening speech. 21 November 1981

Speech on grammar: Kamuzu Academy. 11 February 1982

Speech in Parliament. 16 March 1982

Speech in Parliament. 8 March 1983

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 4 September 1983


Folder 6


Speech in Parlimanet. 13 March 1984

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 2 September 1984

Founder’s Day speech at the Kamuzu Academy. 14 November 1984

Speech in Parliament. 12 March 1985

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 29 September 1985

Speech in Parliament. 11 March 1986

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 28 September 1986

Kamuzu Academy Founder’s Day. 21 November 1986

Creation of the budget session of Parliament. 10 March 1987

Meeting on Chitukuko Cha Amai M’Malawi opening speech. 11 September 1987

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 15 September 1987


Folder 7


Speech in Parliament. 15 March 1988

Speech in Parliament. 14 March 1989

Banquet in honor of the Right Honourable Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Mr. Thatcher. 31 March 1989

State banquet in honor of His Excellency the President of Tanzania and Madam Mwinyi and to celebrate the silver jubilee of independence. 4 July 1989

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 24 September 1989


Folder 8


Speech in Parliament. 15 March 1990

Malawi Congress Party Convention opening speech. 23 September 1990

State opening address of Parliament. 3 December 1991

Dinner at Sanjika Palace in honour of the members of the diplomatic corps and representatives of international organizations. 17 January 1992

Official opening of the 1992 Malawi Congress Party annual convention. 27 September 1992

Speeches on referendum. 31 December 1992

An address to the nation. 5 July 1992

New Year message to the nation. 31 December 1992

Broadcast to the nation. 17 May 1993

Broadcast to the nation. 17 June 1993

Malawi Congress Party Annual Convention Opening Speech. 3 October 1993. 3 copies

Untitled. [May 1993?]

On the eve of the Malawi general elections. 15 May 1994

Banda apologizes to the people. 25 May 1996?

Speech from the Life President of the Malawi Congress Party. 20 July 1997.


Folder 9


ARTICLES:

“Federation in Central Africa” Hastings Banda and Harry Nkumbula.

Pamphlet form of memorandum of same name.

“Should Nyasaland stay in the Federation?” New Commonwealth. March 31, 1958.

“We mean to be free” Tribune. 6 March 1959. Clipping

“Talking about Africa: Hastings Banda and Tom Mboya in conversation with John Freeman” The Listener. 1 September 1960.

“Why no Federation for Central Africa?” Yale Reports #230. 14 May 1961.

“Premier’s independence message” Malawi Lero Independence Issue. 6 July 1964.
“A black ruler tells why Africa needs the whites: interview with Dr. H. Kamuzu Banda, President of Malawi. (Reprinted from U.S. News and World Report. 1968)

“Focus on Malawi” reprinted from World Development, Vol. 1, Nos 3,4. March/April 1973.


Folder 10


MEMORANDA:

“Federation in Central Africa” 1 May 1949


Folder 11


OUTLINE:

Holograph


Folder 12


MANUSCRIPT DRAFT (Unpublished) 


Folder 13


FORMS / DOCUMENTS:

Last will of Dr H Kamuzu Banda incorporating the codicil 2 copies

Land Rover registration form

University of Chicago application and admissions essay photocopy


Folder 14-25, Box 3 Folder 1-6


GWELO PRISON JOURNALS


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