On Monday night, 17th October, a mother’s day holiday of students at Police Secondary School in Zomba ended in a misery as they witnessed fierce fire gutting down a male hostel at the school around 7 pm. There have been different versions of the story. That’s how language games work. Of all the facets of … More What if We Join Hands in Environmental Conservation?
As Christians, the best present we have received is the Salvation we got from death of Jesus Christ which grafted us into his vine and ushered us into God’s Kingdom. When we are saved by Jesus Christ, Spirit and Presence of God dwells in our hearts always, becoming the center of our lives. However, this … More Born of water and Spirit
Why war starts? And why war ends? Where does peace go? When war starts? And where does war go to? When peace exists? Who starts war? Who ends war? Why do they fight? What do they fight for? Why war in Africa? Why war in DRC? Why war in Sudan? Why war in Libya? What … More War in my thoughts
By Daniel Mwale Kampanje Dark clouds matching as to war, Advancing slowly and boots on our doors People trembled as if caught unaware The dark clouds skulking from the depth of the sea Slowly lingered at the door of Yelesani A noble son of our clan What do I ought this sudden visit? … More Haunted Memories
By Phillemon Banda Here I stand with my bruised heart De-oxygenated blood oozing from my veins Pierced retina yet I can see Seeing the falling of little black flower Down to the muddy sea of deception If I only had strength I would touch it before it kissed the dirt Cobbler! Cobbler! Please mend my … More Operation Black Flower
As rumors of blood sucking are still looming the country, six Primary school students from Mtalala Primary School in Lilongwe Rural East have been suspended after it was established that they were mobilizing fellow students to run away from the school claiming that blood suckers were at the school. Confirming the development to Nthanda Times, … More Primary School Students Suspended Over False Blood Sucking Allegations
He was only a kilometre away from the courtyard when he heard cries of people. He thought his ears were deceiving him and proceeded with his marathon race. He stumped and stopped for a while enjoying the pain. “What the hell is it”, he mumbled to himself when the cries seemed to be continuing. From … More Love at the Edge of Life
The allegations of bloodsucking in Mulanje and Phalombe has spread like wildfire and mounted fears amongst several Malawians mostly in the affected areas and the neigbouring districts. As it stands now, there is a lot that can be said apart from the fact that many quarters have dismissed the presence of bloodsuckers in the country … More Does the Blood Sucking Saga Speak of Malawi’s Cultural, Political and Economic Illness?
By Deborah Chinyanga Mvula Inspired by the zeal of spreading the gospel across the country and beyond borders, Mayamiko decided to start music. The inspired individual started music a way back when she was 9 years of age. By then she was a chair person of Anglican Church. Her career in music grew because she … More Meet Mayamiko Zingani, the Upcoming Gospel Artist
The World Bank organized an artistic competition in Malawi in 2015 which was called “World Bank End Poverty Competition in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of partnership between World Bank and Malawi. The competition fell under the theme “End Poverty” and the competition brought many artists together including the renowned names behind the local newspapers … More Banda’s Untapped Talent