Monday, January 27, 2020

Why science matters so much in the era of fake news and fallacies

Democracy and social progress die without science and fact-based knowledge. Science and facts are the foundational basis for rational and logical disputation and the...
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President Ramaphosa’s 2018: A year of bold plans, big results

By Sihle Manda A popular idiom speaks of how it is darkest before dawn envelopes. It’s an expression of hope. It inspires the afflicted to...
United Democratic Front

Why are the UTM supporters dancing? [video]

Why are the supporters so happy? They look delirious! Why are they dancing? Check out...

What’s the Brexit “backstop”? And why does it matter?

By Colin McIntyre Two and half years after laborious negotiations began on Britain’s exit from the European Union, they...
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Corruption is hurting democracy and human rights

Corruption fuels a vicious cycle. It undermines democratic institutions, and weak institutions cannot control corruption. By Lauren Heuser
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The World Bank needs deep reforms to reflect a changing world order

Mzukisi Qobo, University of the Witwatersrand and Mills Soko, University of the Witwatersrand The sudden resignation of World Bank...
Malawi Elections 2018

APM finally picks Chimulirenji as running mate

Defeated. President Peter Mutharika has finally given in to demands of his wife, First Lady Gertrude Mutharika and...

How many other landlocked countries are their? Malawi is not alone!

According to research there are 45 landlocked countries in the world and 16 are in Africa. Is that more than any...
The Alliance

The Political Party Alliance

Pictured above is the Alliance for the May 21st 2019 elections. In the Pact: (1) UTM will contribute the...
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Malawi, understanding the judicial, executive and legislative system

According to the world atlas, Malawi is among the smallest nations in Africa with a population of 17 million people.It is a...