This page shows our representatives working for Mallory in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean.
We are dedicated to helping our customers in local markets wherever they may be - so whatever your book or journal requirements, please contact one of us - full contact details are provided here. We will deal with your enquiry promptly.
Should you have an enquiry about educational book and journal 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.
Christel Noudjinlodo has represented us in Benin since October 2011. She has been the Director of Bufalo Bookshop in Cotonou for 4 years, one of the 3 main bookshops in Benin.
01 BP 2815
Cotonou – BENIN
Alfred Kwizera has represented Mallory International in Burundi since 2007. His support and expertise has helped us to success in both English and French language projects over the last year.
Tony Faison represents Pearson France 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.
PO Box 30749
Alganesh has been Mallory’s representative in Eritrea since 1998 when we successfully bid for a major Ministry of Education tender. She runs the Mediatech bookshop, one of the leading bookshops in Asmara. Alganesh also represents Oxford University Press.
PO Box 4412
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.
Gollagul Trading Building,
7th Floor Office, 707 Haile Gebere Selasie Road,
In front of Traffic Police New Building,
Theo George has been a leading figure in the book trade in Gambia for many years. Mallory has been successful in the country, with two successful World Bank projects, as well as business with a number of schools and other institutions.
P O Box 501
Emmanuel Abbiw has enormous experience of dealing with educational institutions in Ghana, as a teacher, bookseller, publisher and importer, and we are delighted to be working with him in the Ghana market.
No 3, Fertiliser Road
East Teshie, P O Box GP2802
Salima Okale Lihanda (left) and Margaret Nyambura from Corporate Campus have taken over as our local contacts, to develop the Mallory business in Kenya. Both have been working energetically to supply educational DVDs to academic institutions and are already known to many of our customers.
Lutheran Hour Media Complex
Mucai Road - Off Ngong Road
Opposite Kenya Women Finance Trust
PO Box 10738-00100
Rigobert Mahonjo and his wife Gilbertine have represented us in Madagascar since 2009.
Lot II F 3 E bis B
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.
Chief Joop Berkhout, who established Safari Books, has been a major figure - even the major figure - in Nigerian bookselling for very many years. These days Safari is run by his son, George Berkhout-Nwaobi. Safari represents Mallory for supply of books and teaching resources, and Swets for journals.
Safari Books Ltd.
20 Joop Berkhout Crescent
Arthur is the Mallory representative in Rwanda. He has helped us tender for a number of tertiary projects, with significant success and he currently also handles our business in the Eastern DRC.
Plot Number 9775
Niles Nathaniel owns the Triple N Book Center in Castries, and is a well known figure in school supply in the island. Mallory bid with Triple N, and successfully completed in a very short time, a major textbook contract in August - September 2005.
Shaka Konneh has been our representative in Sierra Leone since 2008. He has worked for Evans Publishing Group, and represented them in Sierra Leone and Liberia for many years, and is extremely experienced in the book trade and in book distribution He currently also handles our business in Liberia.
Evans Brothers Limited
Anic Kashasha (left) has represented Mallory in Tanzania since 2001, a period during which we have built up a loyal clientele, particularly among specialized libraries, and have tendered successfully for major aid-funded projects. Gervas Ifunya (right) works closely with Anic.
Christian owns two bookshops in Trinidad. He has represented Mallory since 1991, and has worked with us on several large book supply projects.
Moses Mutumba represents Mallory in Uganda with a precision and efficiency all his own. Both he and Sarah Nassuna (right) 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.
Plot 36 Kyadondo Road
(opposite Nakasero Primary School)
Rozina Katongo and her family have been well known in the book trade in Zambia for a number of years, and own Trimates, a book and stationery business. Trimates has represented Mallory International since 2006.
25 Manda Hill Road
Caroline Mutandwa worked for Prestige Books in Harare for a number of years, including marketing the Mallory service. She is now a partner in Best Books, and has represented Mallory International in Zimbabwe since 2010.
188 Sam Nujoma Global Village