THE CHANCELLOR COLLEGE STAND OFF AND MALAWIAN DEMOCRACY

I really feel sorry for Chancellor College students who have missed classes for over two weeks now due the standoff between their...

SYMPTOMS OF CONFLICTS BETWEEN DEMOCRACY AND CHIEFTAINSHIP IN AFRICA

There are many who believe democracy fails to thrive in Africa because of bad influences from traditional leadership. In Africa, a chief is...

Friday 11th March 2011

» PDC Malawi @ Nature's Gift Permaculture – Module 2 Plan Africa Kristof is well versed in the use of...

Parvez Sheikh on Wikileaks and the Post-Modern Frontiersman

The story of Wikileaks has reverberated across the globe proving to be one of the most contentious issues of recent times. An analysis...

FIGHTING POVERTY IN MALAWI – African Countries

It has always been an illusive game of promises for the political leadership to promise the fight against poverty as priority number one...

Malawi Economic and Social Development: Government Cannot Do it All by...

In some circumstances we should be careful and not be caught out to be hypocrites when we are quick to criticise and pile...

NEGLECTED PUBLIC STRUCTURES IN OLD CAPITAL CITY – ZOMBA

Is it evidence of endemic institutional abuse of public resources? ATUSAYE B. MWALWANDA The national budget includes among other recurring public expenditures, costs for maintenance...

LEADERSHIP IN MALAWI

Malawi has had three different presidents and therefore has been exposed to three types of political leadership styles in a period of about forty years. Just as people have different facial appearances, the three leadership styles are also bound to be different. It is like saying the same game but different rules for instance founding President Dr Banda came to fight colonial rule. The groundwork involved bloodshed.

OPEN LETTER TO HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS AROUND THE WORLD

In recent months, we have noticed that Malawians have adopted a retrogressive strategy of interfering with court judgments through frequent appeals. What is...

ROOT OF DEMOCRACY

The concepts of democracy are deeply rooted in obedience to the teachings of the Bible. Therefore, democracy cannot come naturally. It requires a...