IN THE midst of all this terrible mess described as ‘cashgate’, one word has persistently escaped our public discourse – Integrity. It is, of course, “the condition of being unified, unimpaired, or sound in construction”, as one dictionary puts it. Another version simply implies “internal consistency or lack of corruption”.
Malawi can be a very frustrating country to live in or to be associated with. It has become quite inevitable that there is a need to pause, nay, stop everything and simply go back to the drawing board and ‘find’ this nation again. Going forward (but actually going backwards) as we are doing and sweeping things under the proverbial carpet – as it were – will only do us greater harm and compromise future generations. Read More