Malawi ruling DPP must plan life after Pres. Peter Mutharika

One day, Arthur Peter Mutharika (APM) will no longer be president of the country and the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP). After serving his two terms as president of the country, he will have to give way and it will mean at the party as well. It sounds like it is far ahead. If the party will win the...

MCP must put its house in order and seal all cracks

MALAWI CONGRESS PARTY MUST PUT ITS HOUSE IN ORDER AND SEAL ALL CRACKS; INFORM THE NATION WHAT YOU HAVE IN STOCK FOR THE FUTURE OF MALAWI: If the internal wrangle depriving your party from unity is to do with your own rank and file gullibility within then it's a pity and shameful for an oldest party that has known opposition...

Fisher Kondowe refuses to be bought by DPP dirty money: ‘I am 100% MCP’

BLANTYRE (Malawian Watchdog)—Fisher Kondowe, Nyasa Big Bullets veteran player who recently joined the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) and is aspiring to run on MCP ticket in Blantyre City South Constituency, has showed how disciplined he is after refusing to be lured by ‘dirty’ money to join the ruling Democratic Progressive Party. Kondowe and son to Bakili Muluzi, Francis Muluzi, were...

Airtel Malawi told to fix service or face boycot and protest

The Forum for National Development (FND) would like to call upon the Mobile Company operator, Airtel Malawi to immediately fix its services and unfair tariffs which is reaping off poor Malawians or face service boycott and protest from the consumers and the public. On 4th October 2017, FND wrote Airtel Malawi, querying the company on three critical issues which...

Opinion poll places Sidik Mia ahead of Richard Msowoya: Malawi politics

LILONGWE (Malawian Watchdog)—An opinion poll which some MCP gurus commissioned on who would carry the day in the event that Sidik Mia challenges Richard Msowoya on the position of first deputy president of the Malawi Congress has seen Malawians giving Mia a landslide victory. The poll was on STRAWPOLL website and Malawians have been voting via this link http://www.strawpoll.me/14863895. As we...

Why DPP is scared of Chakwera-Mia Combination?

If truth be told DPP would be more comfortable to face the Chakwera-Msowoya combination than Chakwera-Mia combination. This is the very reason they have devorted all their energies including using MBC in demonising the proposed Chakwera-Mia combination. DPP strategists know very well that unlike Mia -as evidenced in the previous by-elections -Msowoya doesn't bring the much needed political capital...

Malawi Politics game changer: Who is Sidik Mia?

Mohammed Sidik Mia was born in 1965 and is a wealthy businessperson with a cattle ranch in Ngabu, Chikwawa, his home area. He was first elected a member of Parliament (MP) for Chikwawa Nkombezi in May 2004 on the United Democratic Front (UDF) ticket. Then president Bingu wa Mutharika appointed him deputy minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Food Security in June...

Its Mia day today in Malawi press!

Following an announcement made by Sidik Mia yesterday that he intends to run as Vice President of the Malawi Congress Party (MCP) at the party convention, Malawi dailies, The Nation Newspaper as well The Daily Times today dedicated their whole front pages covering the story. The development has sent shivers to the ruling Democratic Progressive Party which wants the party...

Youthful Malawian Chimwemwe Nuka releases eBook: ‘200 good business ideas to start in Malawi’

Malawi is constantly ranked among poorest countries in the world.  Among other reasons it is revealed that lack of business opportunities and high rates of unemployment contribute to the country’s poverty. Due to the said factors it is not surprising to find many people with qualifications, skills and experience mongering around and languishing in poverty having nothing to do.To...

CCAP Synod of Livingstonia Synod abandons Msowoya in their move to support MCP: Leaked confidential memo

Livingstonia CCAP synod secret mission with Malawi Congress : Synod mission update (confidential)   (1) "Preamble" I must say on the onset that our trip to seeing Hon Richard Msowoya was a rare opportunity for the leadership of the Synod to discover his spirit, ambitions and dealings. We could not have known who we were dealing with if it were not for...