Chioko Youths: “Kudos CYECE for ARISE Project”.

Rainy Season is here once again and farmers are busy planting different crops. This is the time a lot of children suffer a lot because they are forced to work in farms, shunning school lessons. For a couple of the previous years, Tobacco Farming in the country has been blamed because it has been established … More Chioko Youths: “Kudos CYECE for ARISE Project”.

Plastic Hair on African Women’s Heads: Freeing the Woman for Corporate Conquest

Plastic hair for African women has now become a truism, it has entered not only into theoretical discourse, but also practical discourse. Plastic hair has entered into everyday deliberation, a truth that should be added to the discourse of choice. It has, so to speak, established itself as an object of desire worth spending time … More Plastic Hair on African Women’s Heads: Freeing the Woman for Corporate Conquest

Chanco’s Former Principal no More

A dark cloud keeps on engulfing Chancellor College, a Constituent College of University of Malawi following the untimely demise of its former Principal Professor Chris Kamlongera. Professor Kamlongera has passed on in the late afternoon hours at Partners in Hope Hospital in Lilongwe. Prof. Kamlongera served the position of Principal of Chancellor College from 2009 … More Chanco’s Former Principal no More

Namadingo’s ‘Msati Mseke’: A Confused but Successful Piece

The first time I listened to Patience Namadingo’s ‘Msati Mseke‘ was when I found my cousin’s houseboy dancing in an eager wild abandon upon the veranda. He thought he was alone, and I did not want to cut that joyful moment off, so I quietly crept by and went to my room. I lay upon … More Namadingo’s ‘Msati Mseke’: A Confused but Successful Piece