Opinion

This pages serves as one where I share my opinion on most of the issues taking place within Malawi and across the world. It will also contain my advocacy work which I am very passionate about.

Things We See in Blantyre: Money in Underwear

Hello, I know it’s been a while, I’m sorry for leaving you hanging. But, I recently had writer’s block which literally had me feeling done. However, after reading Onyinye Udeh’s “Things We See in Lagos,” I figured that I could write my own. Only this time, I want to share with you the Things We […]

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An Afrobloggers Award Nomination Bagged: How to Vote

Hello my loves, I am so pleased to announce that I have been nominated for the Afrobloggers Awards 2020. I could not have asked for a better ending of the week than to hear such great news. But, a little breakdown is needed. Who are Afrobloggers? Afrobloggers is an African community of bloggers, vloggers, podcasters […]

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Louisa Msiska’s Best Blog Post 2020: Round 3 Voting

This tournament is to help identify which blog post you loved the most. The blog post a featured on this tournament are based on the number of views they have garnered. This is ROUND 3 and I hope y’all will enjoy this as much as I will. Let’s get voting. Let’s get voting babes….. Loading…

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Day 16: Recover Better on Human Rights Day

“We will not enjoy security without development, we will not enjoy development without security, and we will not enjoy either without respect for human rights General Kofi Anan As we conclude the #16DaysofActivism, we also aught to commemorate the Human Rights Day. This year, the day’s theme is Recover Better. And I don’t think there […]

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Day 15 of 16: Tired of Hurting

I’ve been tortured for too kong Been hurt for too long Been dead for too long I don’t remember the color of my skin It is covered in bruises and scars Tattoos of the pain I’ve gone through My eyes don’t shed tears no more The wells long dried, I’ve become accustomed to the pain […]

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Day 14 of 16: Using GBV for Personal Vendetta

Each year, we undertake #16DaysofActivism with hopes that it brings more awareness to gender based violence across the world. And every year, during the 16 days, more cases are brought out to the public eye. However, most times, publicized cases are often found to be flukes, which brings harm to the cause. This year hasn’t […]

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Day 13 of 16: Corruption is a Silencer

We are inching closer and closer to the end of #16DaysofActivism. And before we get to the final day, I wanted to share how corruption or corrupt people increasingly silence gender based violence victims. Many victims are suffering because of it, so maybe it is high time we just speak about it. What is corruption? […]

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