• Malawi’s maturing democracy to be tested further by more protests

    Malawi’s maturing democracy to be tested further by more protests0

    Since the results of the 2019 general elections were announced on 27 May, Malawi has been in suspense. Two presidential contestants are challenging the outcome in court, while hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets demanding the resignation of Malawi’s leading electoral official. According to the announced results, President Peter Mutharika of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) won a second

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  • Zille vs. Haffajee on hate speech and the Economic Freedom Fighters

    Zille vs. Haffajee on hate speech and the Economic Freedom Fighters0

    Before we talk about what the law says, we should talk and think about what sort of society we hope for the law to help create. The law is always going to be an imperfect tool for managing millions of often selfish, confused, partisan, and otherwise compromised humans. So when talking about liberal values such

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  • Show Us the Money: The Changing Meaning of Cash in Zim

    Show Us the Money: The Changing Meaning of Cash in Zim0

    The minister of finance and economic development in Zimbabwe, Mthuli Ncube, as reported in the mainstream media, recently  confirmed that government will soon introduce an actual currency.  This will be done in order  to augment what is referred to as the bond note and the ZWL or electronic  RTGS money that is currently being used.

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  • Heroes Day 2019: Ideals Overcoming the Individual

    Heroes Day 2019: Ideals Overcoming the Individual0

    Annually in August, Zimbabwe remembers its national liberation struggle heroes.  And it is the correct thing to do.  This, despite arguments that the definition of a national hero has been politicized by the ruling Zanu Pf party to mean only those that were part of the Zimbabwe African National Liberation Army (ZANLA) or the Zimbabwe

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  • Are Malawians Sleep-Walking into a Surveillance State?

    Are Malawians Sleep-Walking into a Surveillance State?0

    In the last three years Malawi government has passed a lot of legislation, among these is the National Registration and Identification System (Nris), which according to National Registration Bureau, is aimed at addressing the lack of universal and compulsory registration – the NRIS allows Malawians to have a national ID. According to United Nations Development

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When you think critically, religion is just a fake ploy to enslave us. The coloniser came with it to Africa and brainwashed us in order to take control of our minds, resources and our destiny. Why is is that you can't question certain things that don't make sense?