• Inclusion Matters: Internet Tariffs Too High for Most Malawians

    Inclusion Matters: Internet Tariffs Too High for Most Malawians0

    Those that closely follow Malawi’s telecommunication sector will not be surprised that Malawi has once again scored poorly on international ranking for poor Internet accessibility, given that access to the Internet remains very low in comparison with its regional neighbours—owing it to very expensive data tariffs by telecommunication operators, which are also subjected to punitive

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  • Another march of Christians violently repressed in the DRC

    Another march of Christians violently repressed in the DRC0

    In the past, the greatest enemy of the Congolese people was the fear. Today, we can say that the Congolese population has conquered fear and is now determined to assert its rights. It needed effective leadership to take its destiny. This leadership is now embodied by the Catholic Church. Parishes and places of worship have

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  • DR Congo: An Electoral Commission under Kabila’s orders

    DR Congo: An Electoral Commission under Kabila’s orders0

    There are ten months left for the elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but there is no evidence that these elections will take place. And even if they take place on December 23, 2018 as planned, there is no guarantee that they will be free, transparent and democratic. Among the concerns of the

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  • Of Kenya’s ‘Illiberal’ Democracy

    Of Kenya’s ‘Illiberal’ Democracy0

    GUEST BLOG The recent happenings in Kenya call for sober reflection on the nature of our democracy, and by extension, our political culture. When we champion ourselves as a model of democracy in (East) Africa, is that an accurate description? Could it be that we are self-delusional?  As Marcus Tullius Cicero keenly noted, salus populi

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  • Chavura’s Rape Song and the Pitfalls of Telecommunication Regulation in Malawi

    Chavura’s Rape Song and the Pitfalls of Telecommunication Regulation in Malawi0

    In telecommunication, regulations are meant to correct market failures in order protect and promote interests of consumers and citizens. In an ideal world, regulation is an ideal thing to have. But then ours is not an ideal world – it is a world full of opportunists and self-interested individuals. Governments and those who run its

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Paul Shalala ZNBC

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?