Category: Society

Vibes from Nsanje

The Lower Shire has a distinct musical touch. It is called the Sena Jive. Listen to the music of the Lucky Stars, Joseph Tembo,…
Of anthologies, royalties

It never rains but pours for the Malawi Writers Union (Mawu). The union faces allegations of intellectual property theft for publishing and selling Ananiya…
Wonders of Likoma

The worldview of any tourism attraction is shaped by the locals’ way of life. Times Magazine travel writer James Ellis recently wrote about the…
Here today gone tomorrow

Good work deserves recognition, through both awards and rewards. Surprisingly, in Malawi music awards do not last years. For many years, Malawian artists basked…

  People at high risk of contracting HIV can significantly lower their chances of getting the virus with a daily pill known as PrEP,…
Artists to watch in 2017

  The urban music industry last year saw a significant rise of promising young artists who conquered the microphone and left a long lasting…
Come back kings

  In a competitive music industry, where everyone is working hard to remain relevant and be on top of the game, it is not…
Reggae prince returns

  Prince Martin is no upstart. The reconciliatory voice you first encountered on reggae hit It’s So Sad is no longer the same welled…