· November, 2005

Stories about Malawi from November, 2005

Malawi: Dignitas International

30 November 2005

Geeta in Malawi writes on a NGO called Dignitas International which is a humanitarian medical NGO that “responds to the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.”

Voices from Zimbabwe Plus

  29 November 2005

The people of Zimbabwe gave the ruling ZANU-PF and indeed all forms of purposeless politics their boldest affront to date as very few Zimbabweans turned up to vote during the senate elections held over the weekend. At some polling stations, only 6% percent of eligible voters showed indicating the undisputable...

Malawi: Blogs

22 November 2005

Soyapi Mumba's Blog provides an update on the Malawian blogosphere with a new list of blogs.

Voices from Zimbabwe Plus

  22 November 2005

Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe took center stage a couple of times at WSIS in Tunis last week. First up was Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's president calling for an end to the use of the internet against the freedom of lesser developed countries by developed nations. “These last two years have shown us how...

Voices From Zimbabwe Plus

  15 November 2005

Zimbabwe:This is Zimbabwe in Surviving Zimbabwean Democracy presents a summary of the major arguments for and against the MDC's participation in the senate elections which a are now under two weeks away. Disturbed by the failure of many pundits to decipher just how mundane and cruel implications of an election...

Malawi: new websites

14 November 2005

Malwai blog, Soyapi Mumba announces two new websites for Malawi. One from the British High Commission and the other Malawi's Daily Times and there is more to come.

Malawi Blogosphere

10 November 2005

Soyapi Mumba's Blog, asks “How big is Malawi's blogosphere? Not to huge but 10 is a pretty good number.

Western Journalism

9 November 2005

Malawian blog afrika-aphukira criticises the reporting of Africa by Western journalists for failing to go beyond “the vivid portrayal of the problems” and “attempt an analysis of the contexts within which these problems occur, African problems are written about in a manner in a manner that portrays Africans as having...

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