Chapusa Phiri joined the Department of Registrar General under the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs in 2001 as Assistant Registrar General after working in private practice as a lawyer. He holds an LLB Honours degree from University of North London and Master’s Degree in Comparative Intellectual Property Laws of the UK-EU and USA from London Metropolitan University. He has risen through the ranks in the Department to the position of Registrar General of Malawi.
Chikumbutso Namelo joined the Department of the Registrar General, in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, in 2001 after graduating with an LLB (Honours) from the University of Malawi.
Chifwayi M.K. Chirambo joined the Department of the Registrar General, in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, in 2005 as Assistant Registrar General. He holds an LL.B degree from the National University of Lesotho (N.U.L.) and a Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property from the Africa University. Mr. C.M.K. Chirambo has, until recently, headed the Commercial Registry where he also coordinated the development of the Malawi Business Registration System (MBRS) under the World Bank funded Business Environment Strengthening Technical Assistance Program. He now heads the Industrial Property Registry.
Violet Chibambo joined the Department of Registrar General in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs in November 2010 as an Assistant Registrar General. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from the University of Buckingham, U.K and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Swaziland.
Violet has attended several delegations both National and International some of which include COMESA, ARIPO, UNESCO, SIDA, UPOV, SADC, and Workshop on Judicial Ethics. In the early years of her law career she did her Internship with United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Attorney General’s Chambers in Swaziland.
Violet has had an exciting career and gained loads of experience in the legal filed as she has worked at Legalwise and Company, Ralph & Arnold Associates, Legal Aid in the Ministry of Justice and constitutional Affairs. Mrs Chibambo is currently heading the Registrar General’s Office in Mzuzu.
Daniel Nkosi joined the Department of the Registrar General, in the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, in February 2015 as Principal Systems Analyst/Programmer and he is the head of the ICT section. He holds a Bachelor degree in Computer Science (double major Computer Science & Statistics) and a Master of Science degree in Informatics, from the University of Malawi.
Having worked for VESL Technologies (an oracle certified partner, BURCO and Mzuzu Agricultural Development Division, Daniel Nkosi has gained vast experience in Oracle database management, networking and system administration in Windows Microsoft Server as well as the Linux Operating System.
The master’s degree and working experience at Mzuzu ADD has also equipped Mr. Nkosi with vast experience in Geographic Information Systems.
Currently Mr. Nkosi is working on the Malawi Business Registration System (MBRS), as well as the Personal Property Security Registry System of Malawi (PPSRS).
Joseph K Chintolo joined the Department of Registrar General in the Ministry of Justice as Assistant Registrar General in 2010. He holds an LLB from the University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa. He is currently heading the Commercial Registry Section. He is a highly motivated individual with excellent methodical, communication and organization skills.
Mr J K Chintolo has been involved in the registration process of businesses, companies, trusts and political parties. He is also involved in Insolvency matters, the winding up of companies and bankruptcy of individuals.