If you had a choice to reach out to new converts by building a new church or using the internet, which would you choose?
President Mutharika and his delegation have arrived in New York for the annual United Nations General Assembly. As is normally the case, there have been questions about the size of his delegation and the cost to taxpayers.
Agribusinesses made up two of the four presentations at the recent Lilongwe Pitch Night*.
Like most countries in the Southern Africa region, Malawi has faced severe water stress in the past few years owing to low rainfall during the period. This has affected the generation of electricity as well as agricultural productivity. And water...
Have you ever been forced to abandon your shopping at the supermarket till because the lone POS device ‘is not working’? Very typical in the retail sector in Malawi where traders just love the sight of cash!
Is Malawi ready to develop Internet of Things (IoT) solutions that tackle current and future food security, energy, transport and health issues? Well, that was a challenge the We for Talent Hackathon set out to address.
I was pleasantly surprised when I read this tweet yesterday by a Kenyan parliamentary aspirant.
I recall that when I was 13 years old, I wrote a transcript for a ‘book’ (for lack of a better word) based on Shaka Zulu and his murderous regime in South Africa. It filled one of those school notebooks...
This past few days I have been participating in a Unicef sponsored Social Media for Youth and Bloggers workshop in Mangochi. The participants including secondary school youth from Mangochi district and established bloggers and journalists from Blantyre and Lilongwe.
Who are you and what does your brand stand for? What values do you hold? And why do you care?