Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo, a former journalist and communications expert, passed away on Saturday, May 6, 2023, after a short illness. She died shortly after arriving in Malawi. Her sudden death has shocked and saddened many, especially those who knew her in the media industry.
Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo began her career as a reporter, editor, and producer for the Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) from 2004 until 2012. She then worked for Save the Children International as a Campaigns and Communications Specialist.
After that, Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo became a communications officer for the Spotlight Initiative at the United Nations in Malawi. By 2022, she had joined UNDP South Sudan as a Communication and Innovations Analyst.
Golden Matonga, Chairperson of Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) Malawi, made a tribute to Nomsa, saying, “She will be remembered as a dedicated and ambitious communications professional who worked tirelessly to improve the lives of the vulnerable, more especially rural women.” Nomsa was described as a kind and hardworking woman by her friends and coworkers.
Nomsa’s funeral started at 12:30 at Starting Off the Goodwill Funeral Parlour in Area 4, where prayers were conducted at 12:45 before her departure for Blantyre. An autopsy was conducted at the College of Medicine Mortuary in Blantyre. Details of burial arrangements in Blantyre will be announced later.
Nomsa Mkandawire Taulo’s contributions to the media industry will be remembered and cherished by many. Her dedication to improving the lives of the vulnerable, particularly rural women, will continue to inspire and motivate others.
Our condolences go to the Mkandawire and Taulo families, colleagues at the UNDP, and the media fraternity. May Nomsa’s soul rest in eternal peace.
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