Malawi to Launch First Ever Lead Entrepreneur Digital Magazine

By Harris Chimatiro

Matelar Creative Hub will on 10 January 2020 launch the first digital magazine at their offices in Area 47 Sector 2.

The content of the magazine aims at inspiring and empowering young lead entrepreneurs to unleash their full potentials in their spaces of influence.

In an interview with Malawi News Agency, the Matelar Creative Hub Founder and Director, Tionge Matela Msiska said the launch of the magazine will go a long way in inspiring the young generation of change agents to rise and make a positive difference in Africa and the world at large.

“We just need a little inspiration to awaken the giants we have always been, and a chance to showcase our God given gifts and talents,” said Msiska.

He added that the voices in the Matelar Magazine will inspire and empower the youth to believe in their own power to change the world.

“Malawians should expect authentic content from real life and business experiences that inspire and empower the reader.

The content is designed to drive conversations that matter, in the lines of leadership, entrepreneurship, civic responsibility and personal life success,” said Msiska.

He added that the content of the magazine will help the young leaders reshape their mindset, sharpen their skills and, most importantly, transform their hearts into responsible leaders the world needs.


In a separate interview, the Creative Director of the magazine, Natasha Lwesya, shared her view, saying the brand is set to spearhead innovation in the digital media industry and challenge the status quo.


“We all have dreams of a Malawi where there is peace, justice and prosperity. But for that to happen, there is a need for a breed of young leaders who take positions of influence and act as agents of change in the society,” said Lwesya.


The Matelar Magazine, a product of Matelar Creative Hub, is a digital publication which was founded by Tionge Matela Msiska in 2019. Msiska is an alumnus of the 2018 Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI Southern Africa).