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Author: 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.

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon Sense: A PROFILE OF PETER MUTHARIKA AS PRESIDENT (PART 2)

Was it the fact of Peter Mutharika being a blood brother to late Bingu wa Mutharika that banished our initial…

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon Sense: IS THE DPP’S ROMANCE WITH CHINA BENEFITTING MALAWI?

Pictures of President Peter Mutharika living it large in China, rubbing shoulders with senior Chinese government officials and generally carrying…

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon sense: DPP MANIFESTO FOR 2019: A PREAMBLE

At a rally in Blantyre, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Vice President for the South, Kondwani Nakhumwa told the crowd, gathered…

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon Sense: THE MAN WHO WARNED THE PEOPLE AGAINST HIMSELF

According to institutions that examine democracies around the world, Malawi is on the list of a number of countries in…

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon Sense: A PROFILE OF PETER MUTHARIKA AS PRESIDENT (PART 1)

President Peter Mutharika speaks these days, I listen but with very little interest When. I stopped listening attentively when not…

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon Sense: MALAWI’S RUSSIAN ROULETTE WITH THE PUBLIC PURSE

As the fallout from the recent stinky and fraudulent K2.7 billion food rations deal for Pioneer Investments at the Malawi…

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon Sense: TURNING THE VEEP POISON INTO CAKE

During the transitional period from dictatorship to a democracy in 1994, framers of our new democratic constitution created the office…

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon Sense: WHOM SHOULD WE VOTE FOR IN 2019?

From the political chatter coming out of the various aspiring presidential candidates and parties, all you hear is greed and…

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon Sense: CAN CHILIMA SUCCEED WHERE OTHERS HAVE FAILED?

It cannot be denied that the Chilima movement has created a new wave in our political environment. For a people…

Z Allan Ntata’s Uncommon Sense: WHY WE CANNOT TRUST ELECTIONS TO CURB CORRUPTION

This year, we celebrate 54 years of independence. We also celebrate the fact that for the first time ever, a…

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