Category: Politics

  After watching one of Nyasa Big Bullets (then called Big Bullets) training sessions at Kamuzu Stadium a few years back, I overheard their…

Minister of Information and Communications Technology, I would not claim that government is serious to ensure that electricity challenges are resolved forever when persistent…
Women lag in politics

Various players are petitioning for more women to occupy political leadership positions. For years, the civil society have been drumming up support for women…

President of the Republic of Malawi and also the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), I would realise that the hype that charecterised main opposition Malawi…

Minister of Home Affairs and Internal Security, I would admit that my failure to respond to Lilongwe North East member of Parliament (MP) Maxwell…
‘2019 race still open’

There have been several opinion polls and forecasts ahead of the May 2019 Tripartite Elections. Our News Analyst MERCY MALIKWA engages democratic governance expert…
Start from the top

  In April, the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs hosted a national anti-corruption conference which brought together representatives from various sectors. Our reporter…
When regionalism rules

  The restoration of Alliance for Democracy (Aford) has re-ignited concerns about simmering regionalism in the country. In the minds of architects of the…
DPP’S needless battles

  What was supposed to be a solemn and dutiful undertaking of governing by the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has needlessly digressed to…

Governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) secretary general (SG), I would appreciate that my declaration that Alliance for Democracy (Aford) leadership or the Northern Region…
Let’s celebrate our heroes

Politicising public events in the country is becoming common, with politicians scrambling for the microphone during funerals or shunning national observances. Recently, government officials…

Minister of Education, Science and Technology, I would realise that pushing the issue of the closure of Chancellor College to the Ministry of Labour,…