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Talking Blues: Party Indabas in the air in Malawi

With about 500 days to go before the May 2019 elections, political parties – the non-briefcase types that is, are pondering national conventions. High on...

Why a united MCP can be cause for concern for Malawi ruling DPP

I can be safe to say that I am no predictor of elections and neither can I claim to have prophetic powers to pick...

MCP appears favoured by Malawians as next govt but grand alliance of DPP-UDF-PP is...

“Your worst enemy could be your best friend and your best friend your worst enemy,” Bob Marley, Who the Cap fit Most. Just on last...

Speaker Richard Msowoya MCP betrayal regrettable  

The only man who really benefited from MCP's 2014 election is the Right Hon Richard Msowoya. Now the speaker seems not to be showing...

Z Allan Ntata pens Malawi Pres. Mutharika: 2017 & a legacy of Betrayal

Your Excellency, It is said that when the truth finally dawned upon him regarding the Bay of Pigs debacle, John F Kennedy asked himself time...

Msungama’s Parley speech

By Honourable Ulemu Msungama It is an honour again for me to stand in this August house and address my Honourable colleagues, and in particular,...

Talking Blues: On your marks, get set, go!

Most publishers and columnists dedicate their year-end programs and articles on the retiring year’s highlights. With time, this has become a tradition. While duly respecting...

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncomon Sense: EATS FARTS AND LEAVES

While President Peter Mutharika wallows in self-glory about his administration and myopically claims he is presiding over a nation in progress, a growing majority...

Of Paramount Chief Lundu appointment as MBTS Board Chair

Mutharika’s appointment of Paramount Chief Lundu as Chairperson of Malawi Blood Transfusion Services is one of the greatest mistakes he has ever done to...

Saulosi Chilima’s Last Mile

One day Malawi will have a complete answer as to why President Peter Mutharika went for a political novice as his running mate in...

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