Malawi

3 Rare Malawian Traditions I’ve Learned

Over the past few days, I made it a point to learn about some rare Malawian traditions I might not know. These Malawian traditions are very rare to me, mostly because I’ve never seen them in play. However, during the course of me learning them, I realized that most urban people might not know them […]

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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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9 hangout spots in blantyre

9 Hangout Spots in Blantyre

Blantyre is a small city. Most times, it feels like it is closing you in. It always feels like you are going to the same places, and meeting the same people. And that, can get frustrating. Sometimes, you just want to go to a place that’s chilled and relaxing. Places that are perfect to hangout, […]

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Malawian Cultures: The Long Forgotten Tribe of Ndali

by Godfrey Malongo The Ndali Tribe is one of the many small tribes found in the northern part of Malawi. It is found in Karonga and Chitipa districts to be specific. It is often mistaken and generalized together with the Ngonde tribe. There is very little literature which makes it close to nonexistent. Being half-Ndali […]

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Of Tribalism and Regionalism in Malawi

Malawi currently is at its toes, waiting eagerly for the presidential election results to be announced. However, as the media keeps flooding social media platforms with unofficial results, it has awoken a devil that was not asleep. Suddenly, we are back to seeing the deep rooted problem that Malawi has as a whole. We have […]

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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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5 Bloggers from Malawi

Bloggers in Malawi are hard to find. This is misty due to most people not taking it serious and the reading and writing culture being very low. However, I have a number of bloggers that have attributed my fire for writing. Some of the people I will mention are people I don’t know in real […]

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