Of leadership jaundice

Sometimes it is good to accept what people say about you. Successful citizens or good leaders always take into account what perceptions people...

Kudos to Late Bingu Wa Mutharika for his vision

On July 20th, 2011 late President Prof Bingu Wa Mutharika addressed a public lecture at the New State House (now Kamuzu Palace) in...

Will Atupele Muluzi be daddy’s good boy?

Atupele Muluzi had no serious contender for the UDF chairmanship. No wonder it was a walkover for him on Tuesday night. But the votes...

Madam President, where is the change you promised?

The last time I checked, one dictionary defined CHANGE as follows: a. To cause to be different b. To give a completely different form or appearance...

Bright Malopa speaks out on Economic Recovery Plan

Folks,24 hours ago, I asked if anyone has Kapito’s full recovery plan? In so doing, I wanted to be fair with the man’s...

How do we believe State House?

Coming from an office that does not know the difference between public relations and lies that would even turn Hitler’s propaganda chief, Joseph Goebbels,...

Politicians and fake prophets exploit Malawi’s rotten culture

Before we start thinking of how we can, together as a nation, find some means to bail out this country from the economic...

Joyce Banda never existed

Banda was considered by much of the West to be a new kind of African leader, but Malawians knew otherwise and made their feelings...

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA NEED TO BE BALANCED AND OBJECTIVE

WHAT I READ Two million in Malawi still food insecure: FAO Source: United Nations Radio (http://www.unmultimedia.org/radio/english/2013/03/two-million-in-malawi-still-food-insecure-fao/ ) While Malawi has made progress by becoming self-sufficient in maize and even...

Malawi bankrupt of leadership

Of late, interesting voices have been telling us much of what is wrong about our country's leadership. The vibes make excellent reading. Henry Kachaje,...

UDF: What does Jumbe want?

For the first time in a while, after nearly being relegated to the dustbin of history, UDF decided to be taken seriously this...

Can Joyce Banda govt decide on gays?

The Joyce Banda administration should stop embarrassing itself and make one unequivocal decision on gay rights and then get on with it. Honestly, we...

Malawi’s democracy is more mature than it is given credit for

On June 14 1993, Malawians voted in a referendum to decide if they wanted to continue with one-party rule or adopt multiparty democracy. Sixty-four...

On Malawi’s worsening poverty

It does not need a professor of economics to prove that poverty levels are high in Malawi and that it is biting hard...

In Malawi, Beef Is the New Pork – David Boaz

Does giving voters goodies help to get their votes? In Malawi they think so: Malawi’s President Joyce Banda is betting voters in her poor African nation...

Portrait of Arthur Mutharika, Austin Muluzi as political frauds

By Kandani Ngwira I had developed an almost obduracy revulsion of politics in the country owing to the bigotry with which the previous administration...

Good journalism governs forever

By Idriss Ali Nassah It has been nice and quiet of late without the talking head of Hetherwick Ntaba. Of course, the former presidential...

The police can do better

To begin with, I think the Commission of Inquiry into the death of Polytechnic student Robert Chasowa should be commended for doing a...