“Confronting a Sexual Rite of Passage in Malawi”, published by The Atlantic last Monday, is misleading
Until recently, Tony Blair had never visited Malawi. Last summer there was a lot of international
As Malawians blur the lines of their past, it becomes more and more difficult to understand the country's present.
The historian Margery Perham once wrote that “the basic difficulty” with the British colonial technique of
We had been studiously avoiding coverage of Madonna’s latest trip to Malawi, but such is the
Why when African leaders meet Barack Obama, they are received in groups (unlike all other heads of state) and rarely get to speak?
What did the Italian photographer, Gabriele Galimberti think he was going to achieve with his photo-series of children with their toys from around the world posing for him?
John Chilembwe is Malawi's first great anti-colonial hero. Why do our media outlets mainly rely on Wikipedia to give us “facts” about him?
It is becoming apparent that Malawian presidents have one image for the world and a separate one, mostly negative, for the people who actually voted them into power.
Malawi had three first novelists: David Rubadiri, Aubrey Kachingwe, and Legson Kayira, who has died this
When Bingu wa Mutharika was hospitalised in April it was at first extremely difficult to find
I’m taking over the Friday music break this week. First up, the prolific Azonto producer E.L.
Is Banda serious about repealing Malawi's anti-gay laws? Is she just cynical so as to secure donor cash? And, what about Malawian public opinion?
Starting on April 1, South Africa’s public TV channel SABC3 has been running a weekly series
‘I am Malawi’ is a short documentary by Geert Veuskens and Pieter de Vos. (Part 1
In October 2011, the Ugandan government sent Ingrid Turinawe to the infamous Luzira Prison–Uganda’s Guantánamo–for the
In her first order of business since being inaugurated as Malawi’s new president on Saturday, Joyce
Malawi is fed up with Madonna and her school daze, with the singer’s refusal to consult
The Guardian reports: “Cash payments help cut HIV infection rate in young women, study finds: Research