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Justice Fiona Mwale, law scholars weigh in on state of child...

Lilongwe Registry Malawi High Court Judge Fiona Mwale on Thursday joined Chancellor College law students and their Lecturers at their backyard in Zomba to...

Malawi FA President Walter Nyamilandu defends his position: 26 against 13...

Football Association of Malawi President Walter Nyimilandu has defeated his challenger, former Vice President James Mwenda to yet extend his 15 year tenure as...

Mapwiya Muulupale unpacks Talking Blues Column

“Cold ground was my bed last night And rock was my pillow, too. I'm saying: talkin' blues, talkin' blues; They say your feet is just too big...

ENDING GENDER BASED VIOLENCE—SOLUTION FOUND!

Rape, a four letter-word has left its victims traumatized and maimed since its invention claiming their mental and physical wellbeing throughout the spans of...

Talking Blues: Looking into the crystal ball…..

Without prejudicing the ongoing case in the Constitutional Court where Chakwera and Chilima are rigorously disputing the results declared by the Malawi Electoral Commission...

MCP Vice President Mia salutes star witness Daud Suleman: Malawi Constitutional...

Malawi Congress Party(MCP) Deputy President who was Dr Lazarus Chakwera’s running mate in the disputed 21st May, 2019 presidential election, Sidik Mia, over the...

Mangochi Residents plot to beat MP

The story of the late Ben refuses to die down. Ben was thrown into Lake Malawi by Labani Mhone at Mtola village in Mangochi....

Upcoming Malawi artist Mpapati drops Angela song

One of the greatest things about music is its ability to express feelings and ideas in completely intangible way. Music can convey ideas as...

UDF cries foul on Muluzi Livimbo school land scandal: Malawi Politics

PROPAGANDA AGAINST Rt. HON. ATUPELE MULUZI The United Democratic Front party is reliably informed that the minister of lands,  Hon. Vuwa Kaunda told a local...

When Justice sucks: The case of Malawi’s Mussa Kazembe and 11...

It was a case of the rich versus the poor. Here is a true story of what happened in Mtola village. Ten boys went...