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

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

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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.

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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.

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On Wednesday, February 13, 2019, 14-year-old Goodson Makanjira because another statistic in the sad tale of abduction, maim and murder of people with albinism in Malawi. His case was the 161st in a series of attacks on people with albinism that have happened since 2015.

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The die has been cast, the pairs to compete for Malawi’s highest office have been known and, now, it’s the final phase of the race to State House.

The period in the run up to the unveiling of the candidates was characterized by so much secrecy and speculation. As each of the candidates unveiled his or her running mate in the week ending, people reacted with jokes and shock as candidates were labelled either as jokers or shockers.

The persistent lack of camaraderie between incumbent president and his vice president since the dawn of multiparty democracy in Malawi makes the handpicking of running mates fascinating. To better understand the current struggles, a quick detailed recap of the country’s political history is necessary.

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Just last week, it was announced that Chiwetel Ejiofor's directorial debut, The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind will be screened at this year's Berlin International Film Festival, a few days after it premieres at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival.

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As Malawians fast forget the July 6 2017 Bingu National Stadium stampede in the high density residential area of Mtandire in the Malawi capital Lilongwe, some parents remain a troubled lot.

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Year in year out reports of plunder of public resources at councils make headlines in the public domain where vital resources go down the drain with no culprits being brought to book.

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