Haile Selassie: Why The African Union Put Up a Statue

A statue of Ethiopia's last emperor has been unveiled outside the African Union's headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Uganda's Bobi Wine crisis: The president and the pop star

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni seems to be worried about the popularity of musician-turned-politician Bobi Wine.

Osama Bin Laden: Mother Remembers 'good child'

The mother of al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden has spoken publicly about her son for the first time, seven years on from his 2011 death.

How WhatsApp Helped Mozambique Become Biggest Heroin Export

As many as 40 tonnes of heroin could be passing through Mozambique every year, making it the country's second biggest export, in a trade that is boosted by the use of mobile phone apps, writes Mozambique analyst Joseph Hanlon.

Malawi’s Janus-Like Approach to the “Liberation” of the LGBT Community

"In all aspects of reasoning, in all aspects of human understanding, these two gay boys were wrong - totally wrong."

BBC Features Lazarus, Malawian Singer with Albinism

From the crowded streets of Lilongwe, a busker named Lazarus Chigwandali has risen to challenge the myths and superstitions about people with albinism.

Presidential Debates are a Battlefield, not a Honeymoon for Political Ads

Presidential debates are a brutal sport. They are not a gentle shrine that offers candidates a market place to sell their political ads. Presidential debates must be thought of as civilized site of war.

The 5050 Campaign: A slow Moving Train

Glory Chavula had hoped to represent the Malawi Congress Party-MCP-in elections for councillor for Hewe Mwazisi ward in Rumphi in the coming tripartite elections.

Dedza Traders Denounce Looting

Business persons in Dedza district have agreed to deal with anyone found stealing in shops in the district during anti-Jane Ansah demonstrations starting from Wednesday until Friday.

Mzimba Hit by Child Rights Violation

Mzimba, August 27, Mana: Traditional leaders in Mzimba district have been urged to review and scrap off all harmful cultural practices which wield great potential to violate children’s rights.

SDA Women Denounce GBV

Women of the Seventh day Adventist Church in the country on Saturday commemorated End it Now, an annual campaign to fight gender based violence, with a call for a gallant fight against violence.

OXFAM for Good Learning Environment

Oxfam Malawi says it remains committed to ensuring that students in the country are learning in a good and safe environment.

Siemens launches report on ‘Dawn of Digitalization and its Impact on Africa’

African countries must act quickly and decisively to become leaders on the global economic stage, according to a report by Siemens.

New Land Law to Restore Women Dignity

A network of civil society organizations on issues of land, Land Net, has commended government for enacting the newly passed Land Law, saying it will safeguard women’s rights to own land.

Mutharika Lambasts Opposition Parties for Circulating Lies over his Health

President Peter Mutharika has accused opposition parties of faking his illness with others spreading rumours that he had died as the country is preparing for presidential polls scheduled for 21 May, 2019.

Oil Company Spills Waste Into Communities

The risk of waterborne disease has engulfed an area on the outskirts of Malawi’s capital city Lilongwe city where a cooking oil manufacturing company is discharging greasy industrial waste into the territory of a community of an estimated 300 households.

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