John Chilembwe Day

TweetShareSharePinThe legacy of heroes is the memory of a great name and inheritance of a great example I grew up admiring Rev. John Chilembwe for having his face on our kwacha bank notes and I remember wondering what he did to have such an honour. It was only in my last years of primary school […]Click to Read More

WORLD YOUTH SKILLS DAY ~ Skills for a resilient youth

TweetShareSharePinRising youth unemployment is one of the most significant problems facing economies and societies in today‚Äôs world, for both developed and developing countries. Malawi is undoubtedly one of the developing countries suffering majorly from the impacts of both unemployment and underemployment. In December, 2014, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) passed a resolution and declared […]Click to Read More

THE YOUTH OF TOMMOROW ~ World against child labour day

TweetShareSharePinGrowing up was fun. As a child nothing made me happier than playing games with my friends. Weekends were probably the highlight of my childhood, I remember looking forward to Friday throughout the week, the fun usually started Friday afternoon because it was assigned for sports. I still remember how we all used to team […]Click to Read More

Malawi at 56

TweetShareSharePinRaised flags, decorated streets, patriotic speeches and messages and stadium gatherings. This is the atmosphere in Malawi on 6th July every year. It is the day we as a country celebrate our freedom from the colonial regime. It was on this day in 1964 that we were declared an independent nation by the British after […]Click to Read More