Tribute To Bingu Wa Mutharika

Dream Lives On:When Elegance Speaks Business, The Bingu Stadium Way

Dream Lives On:When Elegance Speaks Business, The Bingu Stadium Way

Perched on fertile land between Area 47 and 49 in Lilongwe, the Bingu National Stadium would, in the eyes of worrywarts, look like a project set to rob part of the lifeline of country’s agro-based economy, but, in reality, it is an architectural infrastructure designed to radiate sporting glory and rake in multifaceted returns on […]

Dream Lives On: Bingu’s Green Belt Initiative Takes Deep Root In Salima

Dream Lives On: Bingu’s Green Belt Initiative Takes Deep Root In Salima

Creator of the legendary Mickey Mouse, Tom and Jerry, and the entire fairy world they live in, Walt Disney, wrote: “If you can think it, you can do it!” Disney’s philosophy goes for all great people who invented the great things we see and use today, decades after the inventors’ demise: they thought it, and […]

Conspiracy Theory On The Possible Assassination Of Bingu

Conspiracy Theory On The Possible Assassination Of Bingu

“In politics nothing happens by accident. if it happens you can bet it was planned that way”- Franklin D. Roosevelt INTRODUCTION  I have written this article because my ever present critic and brilliant friend, Stanford Sirr Tennyson, pleaded with me to defend, if I could, not the action of the Honorable Minister of Information and […]

Celebrating Bingu’s Dream For China-Malawi Diplomatic Relations: A Personal Tribute

Celebrating Bingu’s Dream For China-Malawi Diplomatic Relations: A Personal Tribute

It is a well-documented piece of Malawi’s recent history that the architect of the diplomatic relations between our small African country and the giant of the Orient, China, is none other than former president the late Bingu Wa Mutharika. And it is also widely-acknowledged that this China-Malawi marriage is like that biblical mustard seed which […]

How The World Mourned Bingu:”His death Was An Irreparable Loss To Africa And The world”

How The World Mourned Bingu:”His death Was An Irreparable Loss To Africa And The world”

A dark cloud descended on Malawi on Thursday, April 5, 2012, as Malawians learnt of the sudden death of then President Bingu wa Mutharika who suffered a cardiac arrest at his Lilongwe State House. Mutharika, who was 78, was confirmed dead on arrival at a military hospital in Pretoria, South Africa the same day. There […]

President Reiterates Condolence on Death of Bingu Wa Mutharika

President Reiterates Condolence on Death of Bingu Wa Mutharika

The President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, reiterated, Friday, heartfelt condolences to the government and people of Malawi over the physical disappearance of its former President, Bingu wa Mutharika. Jose Eduardo dos Santos was speaking at the opening of the Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Southern African Development […]

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