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The Soldiers of Democracy: A Tale of Malawi

P.S. Before I continue, let me make it known that this is fictional around events that took place. On 14 June 1993, we voted for a new system. We voted for a new lease of life, we voted for hope. Malawi had it’s referendum and 64% voted for a multi-party system. We earned our democracy. […]

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3 Things African Content Creators Should Avoid

Content creation is something that is both a beauty and a curse. The beauty of it in the African continent is that we are able to share the beauty of Africa to the world. No longer are we waiting for tourists to be our voice, we are owning that. However, there are some things one […]

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Becoming Esther Louisa Msiska: A Biography Untold

Esther Louisa Msiska (born 24 February, 1997) is a Malawian blogger, SDG advocate, poet and former television presenter. She is known for her erotic poetry compilation Uncensored, which garnered a lot of critic upon release in 2018. Currently, she runs her blog https://thelouisamsiska.com and is an active member of Youth SDGs Corps Malawi as an […]

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9 Unresolved Political Cases in Malawi

In the game of politics, so much happens and yet no accountability is ever made. It is a game that is exciting to see, but not too much fun to join. That is the case with Malawi, our political environment is filled with crime that it takes away any appetite for one to join. With […]

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Malawi’s 2019 Presidential Results Annulled

The day is February 3rd 2020, the streets of Malawi are eerily silent. Almost all shops and offices are closed, just few cars on the roads, street vendors complaining of lack of business.

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SDG 16: Lack of Justice in Malawi

For the past 3 years, I have been advocating for Sustainable Development Goals, a journey that I have tried to document and share with all those of you that read my blog. I have advocated for SDG 16, which emphasizes on the need for Peace, Justice and Good Governance. This time around, I figured to […]

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We Might Be Sitting on a Civil War

Malawi’s political environment is heavily manipulated by tribalism, nepotism and regionalism. This was well evidenced during the just ended Tripartite elections that saw APM emerge as the President. But is there anything we can do? Read more

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