This page shows our representatives working for Mallory all around the world.
We are dedicated to helping our customers in local markets wherever they may be - so whatever your requirements for books and educational resources, please contact one of us. Full contact details are provided here.
Should you have an enquiry about supplies in a country not shown here, please email us with your details and we will get back to you promptly.
To see our list of head office staff, please click here.
Alice has represented Mallory International in Burundi since May 2021.
Tony Faison represents Pearson in various West African countries, and we are delighted to have established a partnership with his organisation. He began representing Mallory in Cameroon in November 2010.
Thomas Cakpo joined Mallory as our Côte d’Ivoire representative in May 2016. He has a Master’s degree in Business and Hotel Management. His experience and network are very useful for the development of our activity in the country.
Tafesse Solomon represents Mallory International in Ethiopia. We have been successful in a number of tertiary level projects over the years, and have achieved consistently high supply rates on contracts awarded. We have recently renewed a three year contract with Addis Ababa University for supply of both books and journals.
In August 2013 we established a new partnership in Ghana with Beryl Stanley-Marbell of SyTris. SyTris is a major bookseller in Ghana, with four shops, and the two businesses have complementary skills.
Margaret Nyambura from Corporate Campus is our local contact, and is developing our Mallory business in Kenya. She has been working energetically to supply educational DVDs to academic institutions and is already known to many of our customers.
Gaulphine has represented Mallory in Malawi since 1989, making her our longest serving partner. She also represents leading publishers, and owns the best bookshop in Lilongwe. Over the years we have been consistently successful in Malawi, with both projects and regular business.
Zuri Van Rijswijk is part of our SE Asian team with responsibility for Malaysia. Zuri was born in Malaysia and has been immersed in the educational world, having worked alongside Gerry Slessenger in North Africa for the world’s largest educational corporate group. She is married to an outstanding educator, Martin, who has had headships in Egypt, Germany, Thailand, New Zealand and now Malaysia.
Zuri can speak Malay, Arabic and Tamil with English of course and will be responsible for bringing Mallory for Schools leading services to international schools, colleges and universities in Malaysia. She is based in Kuala Lumpur (which she knows very well) visiting new and potential customers.
Paulo Guerreiro has been appointed Mallory International’s representative. He has been a bookseller for 24 years, and for the last 20 in Mozambique. Since 2011, he has been the managing Partner of Livrarias Conhecimento, one of the 3 major bookshops in Mozambique, which supplies schools and universities all over the country.
Mahne has been Mallory’s representative in Namibia since June 2014. He has worked with us on several large projects for the Millenium Challenge Account Namibia (MCA), helping with the supply and distribution of books and learning materials to schools across Namibia.
Gerry brings to Mallory over 40 years’ experience in educational procurement and logistics. He has managed two supply companies in the UK and Africa (one a charity helping missions and aid agencies with all their needs especially in emergency relief situations) and has also worked for the USA’s largest educational corporation in international sales. He has lived in Africa for many years and has travelled to 94 countries worldwide and out of his top five countries worldwide, New Zealand remains No.1.
His passions are history (military), golf, easy reading (William Boyd, Ken Follett, Jeffrey Archer) and Christian apologetics. He has 9 grandchildren all scattered around the globe. Oh, and by the way he has a mini zoo of various animals including a possum!
Arthur is the Mallory representative in Rwanda. He has helped us tender for a number of tertiary projects, with significant success.
Hussein Wazni has been the director of Librairie Sésame in Dakar since 2005. We started working with him in 2014 and have since won significant tenders for the supply of books and journal subscriptions.
South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland
Irene Inan has assisted and coordinated our South African activities for Malawi tenders since 2012. She has further been involved in growing Mallory’s footprint in Lesotho and Swaziland. This lead to our formalisation of the partnership to work with her in 2018.
Gervas Ifunya has been handling the operations for Mallory in Tanzania for many years and was appointed representative in April 2016.
Evariste Adjaho recently became our representantive in Togo. Passionate about books, he and his wife opened a bookshop in Lomé in 2020, which, amongst other things, promotes local culture.
Moses Mutumba represents Mallory in Uganda with a precision and efficiency all his own. Both he and Sarah Nassuna helped us to develop the Ugandan market into one of our best. The range of customers is very wide, from leading tertiary institutions to specialist and educational projects.
Sarah Nassuna and Moses Mutumba have helped us to develop the Ugandan market into one of our best. The range of customers is very wide, from leading tertiary institutions to specialist and educational projects.
Fidelis Katongo has been Mallory’s representative since 2006. His daughter, Misozi Zondi, has just joined him to share the representation. Their family have been well known in the book trade in Zambia for a number of years.
Misozi Zondi joined her father Fidelis Katongo to share the representation for Mallory in Zambia. Their family have been well known in the book trade in Zambia for a number of years. Their family have been well known in the book trade in Zambia for a number of years.