Z. Allan Ntata

Z Allan Ntata is a Barrister of Middle Temple, Anti-Corruption & Governance specialist and author of Trappings of Power: Political Leadership in Africa. Currently an Independent consultant in Governance and Anti-corruption, Ntata has a diverse background from lecturing in law to acting as legal counsel to the president of Malawi.

Lazarus Chakwera
Z. Allan Ntata on 16th Jul

It would be a mistake to be holding pretests and demonstrations with a misguided belief that the solution to Malawi’s...

Z. Allan Ntata on 27th Jun

A somewhat perturbed Mutharika sat in Parliament the other day and alleged that Malawian opposition parties had sought the...

Peter Mutharika
Z. Allan Ntata on 27th Jan

The impunity with which ruling party cadets and those killing people with albinism have proceeded in their respective disgusting...

Kamuzu International Airport (KIA)
Z. Allan Ntata on 25th Nov

Ordinarily, I wouldn’t be one to blame any particular president for the embarrassingly shoddy airport infrastructure exposed...

Saulos Chilima on HardTalk
Z. Allan Ntata on 18th Nov

The biggest threat to president Mutharika and the DPP in the forthcoming elections is the possibility of a coalition between...

Chilima withZeinab
Z. Allan Ntata on 11th Nov

During an interview with the vice president of Malawi not too long ago, Zeinab Badawi of the BBC asked why the Malawian...

Women Dancing for Kamuzu
Z. Allan Ntata on 04th Nov

To understand the reason a small country like Malawi with very solvable problems is living on the fringes of utter poverty...

Chilima withZeinab
Z. Allan Ntata on 28th Oct

For a people known for being polite and a country that claims to be the “warm heart of Africa”, I am rather astonished...

Mulakho wa Alhomwe
Z. Allan Ntata on 21st Oct

The prognosis of our country’s governance and economic development is ominous. With rampant corruption led from the state...

The Colonization of Africa
Z. Allan Ntata on 14th Oct

On the offensive and seeking to make a statement that can make waves in similar manner to Peter Mutharika’s “ton of...