Rooted in deep poverty Ruined and puffed-up with village life Happiness lies to those who access good life My condition denies my mind an access to knowledge Living a luxurious life I desire But my mind reminds me of one thing Short cuts make long delays Farming and small businesses I value For no one … More A Silent Cry from the Wilderness
Studies at Chancellor College, a constituent college of University of Malawi has suffered a huge setback, a situation which might see the college shut its doors prematurely following a strike which supporting staff have started today morning over salary disparities, Nthanda Times has learnt … More Chanco Risks Closure; Supporting Staff on Strike
Former Chitipa United sensational young striker Abel Mwakilama has yesterday landed in the country ahead of Junior Flames’ Saturday’s clash against Swaziland in Afcon Qualifying first leg campaign. … More Mwakilama Jets In for Junior Flames’ Duty
Nyasa Big Bullets sponsors, Nyasa Manufacturing Company has yesterday donated K200, 000 towards an elective Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Sports Writers Association of Malawi (Swam) scheduled for Blantyre in April. Speaking to Journalists in Blantyre on Tuesday, Nyasa Big Bullets Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Fleetwood Haiya said Nyasa expressed the need to help Swam … More Nyasa Comes to the Rescue of SWAM
In a bid to deal with challenges in their area, Chiwamba Youth for Change (CYFC) has launched a Reach Out and Touch project through which less privileged people in T/A Chimutu, Lilongwe will be helped in different ways. Speaking during the launch of the project at Balang’ombe Teachers Development Centre (TDC) on 3rd March 2018, … More Chiwamba Youths on a Go; Launch a Reach-out and Touch Project
About 14 months from now, our country is expected to hold tripartite elections to elect ward Councillors, Members of Parliament, and The State President. One Martin Luther King Jr. once argued that voting is the only way a nation or community can ensure a good change in leadership which would help in the progress of … More Are our Recycled and Greedy Politicians a reason why Malawi remains underdeveloped?
For a long time, our nation has been focusing much on issues that give little or no promises for concrete development of this nation. It is an undisputable fact that some mortals are spending days thinking about what the nation should do to move in a right direction, while others are busy pointing fingers on conducts … More Is 50+1% a Justice or a Solution to Challenges Faced by the Nation?
Today (March 3) is a special day; every year we commemorate political heroes, the martyrs, the true sons and daughters of this land who shed blood, suffered and give their lives in the struggle against British colonialism for the sake of attaining freedom in this country. As we are freely living and rejoicing the mother … More Lets Join Hands in Commemorating Our Freedom Fighters
For the first time I see a leader in a seemingly lost ship speaking comforting words that gives courage and hope to the fainted hearts sailing on top of aggressive waves. Thank God it wasn’t a manifesto of the forth coming general elections neither a political party rally. I could have given more doubt on … More Reflecting on Chilima’s Public Lecture On Moral Decadence: Towards Compliance And Ethics Program
Music industry in the country has for so long disadvantaged many upcoming artists who fail to resist the pressure and competition which is always there. It has also been established that the veteran artists refuse to help or promote new artists for reasons best known to the former. For these reasons, many new artists end … More ROOTSI Brings Back Roots Reggae