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
According to the constitution of Malawi, each and every person is entitled to human rights. This does not depend on a person’s background, tribe, race, gender, age, and so on. We are all protected by these human rights in one way or another. But the question arises on to what extent should we practice these … More “Do Human rights also have limitations?”
For so long in Africa, women have been perceived to have weak character as compared to men which makes them to be ineligible to hold or possess some other things. Women have for so long been oppressed in different sectors because of gender aspect which the society has attached to most things such as attaining … More Teresa Temweka Ndanga; a Woman with Courage
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 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
I can remember back in the 80’s when we used to sit arrounding fire at night with either grandfather or grandmother or both grannies telling us parables and all sort of proverbs. If they wanted to knock cowardice off you, they would tell horror stories at night. Stories of the greedy hyena, Hare the trickster, … More The Story of Chingwe’s Hole
“This is not Reverend John Chilembwe’s grave yard but it’s a mass grave for his friends who were executed here” recalls Eneless Nampinga who in her old age still remembers everything she was told by her late father Nampinga who witnessed the 1915 execution. The historical legendary story of John Chilembwe’s story leaves a lot … More Memories of the 1915 Execution
A child is a second foremost gift from GOD. When a child is born, family members, relatives, workmates and all sorts of colleagues come with assorted items as presents to the mother and the newly recruited mortal creature. Blessings are also brought in for a better health and life of the newly born baby. People … More When There is no Parental Care
A woman in Mchinji has been convicted and sentenced to three years imprisonment with hard labor after she was found guilty to assaulting charges she was answering. The woman, Tereza Njirankhondo aged 34 is said to have poured hazardous chemical of acid on her husband, Brighton Sosten aged 40 following misunderstanding which erupted between the … More 3 Years In for Assaulting Husband