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.

Kondwani Nankhumwa: minister of local government and rural development
Z. Allan Ntata on 02nd Sep

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

Malawi is Failing
Z. Allan Ntata on 26th Aug

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

Peter Mutharika
Z. Allan Ntata on 19th Aug

President Peter Mutharika speaks these days, I listen but with very little interest When. I stopped listening attentively...

Russian roulette
Z. Allan Ntata on 12th Aug

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

Chilima and Mutharika
Z. Allan Ntata on 29th Jul

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

Chilima
Z. Allan Ntata on 22nd Jul

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

Chilima Movemen
Z. Allan Ntata on 15th Jul

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

Corruption in Malawi
Z. Allan Ntata on 08th Jul

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

Chilima
Z. Allan Ntata on 01st Jul

Is the new way of doing politics that Vice President Saulos Chilima speaks about simply a matter of standing at Catholic...

Bingu WA Mutharika
Z. Allan Ntata on 24th Jun

The manner in which President Peter Mutharika and the DPP clang to the spirit of Bingu for public sympathy and mandate to...