Our Reporter on 12th Jan

A religious grouping known as Young Pastors Coalition in Mzuzu has expressed dismay over the move by the country`s Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to hold anti government protests over the mists surrounding the donations from National Aids Commission (NAC) to organizations that are not in the HIV/AIDS fight. ...

Our Reporter on 12th Jan

Blantyre, January 12: Afro-rapper Piksy also known as Langwan has promised to release two videos from his yet to be released second album titled ‘Mthunzi’ in the next few weeks. The artist, real name Evans Zangazanga said on Thursday that he was almost done with shooting the videos and would be released any time soon. ...

Our Reporter on 12th Jan

Mangochi, January 12: The Kachebere Major Seminary in Mchinji has clocked 75 years in its service of preparing young men into priests for the Catholic Church across the country. The Episcopal Conference of Malawi (ECM) has since announced in a statement that the Church would on Saturday, January 10 preside over the Eucharist Celebration marking the...

Our Reporter on 12th Jan

Blantyre, January 12: Malawi’s top female assistant referee Bernadettar Kwimbira is expected to travel to Portugal to officiate games at the 22nd edition of this year’s Algarve Cup from 4 to 11 March, 2015. This is a 12 team event and participating teams are from Portugal, Brazil, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland,...

Our Reporter on 12th Jan

Thyolo, January 12: Police in Thyolo are keeping in custody 75 year old Sabston Folija of Shala village for allegedly cutting off private parts of Tendai Malunga of Beula village in the area of Traditional Authority Kapichi in the district. The accused person earlier reported to police that he accommodated the victim in his house but was not aware that...

Our Reporter on 12th Jan

“If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don’t believe in it at all.” ~ Noam Chomsky Most people have returned to work from festive holidays, it always a welcome break if not a necessary distraction. Yet, the realities we left behind remain: industrial actions across Malawi are still holding and National Aids...

Our Reporter on 11th Jan

When we were rudely interrupted in August of last year famed attorney Raphael Kasambara was taking it to Paul Mphwiyo in court. Paul Mphwiyo as a witness was being torn apart. A lot has happened since we saw Mr. Mphwiyo in court being grilled mercilessly by one Raphael Kasambara. Paul Mphwiyo has been arrested multiple times including his wife. Many...

Our Reporter on 11th Jan

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has confirmed that a Kenyan man who has been reported killed in Kenya was once under its protection but was not on the prosecution’s witness list. The statements by the court’s Registrar, Herman von Hebel, and the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) represent the first time the ICC has confirmed the identity of...

Raphael Tenthani on 11th Jan

Spare a thought for students in the University of Malawi who were supposed to graduate in 2014 but they are still in college courtesy of the 2011 ‘academic freedom’ impasse. Such students are spending a fifth year in college on their four-year degree programme. ...

Our Reporter on 11th Jan

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”Albert Einstein Today let us briefly talk about how we are embarrassingly trying to do the same things that never worked before and somehow we would like to hope that they will work now. But, first, allow me to be gentle with my dear president. Look, sometimes...