Tag Archives: THE YOUNG GENERATION

WE CAN OVERCOME ADDICTIONS

THE YOUNG GENERATION Nomsa Rhudo Mwale. Mother Malawi is becoming messier and losing out her youthful promising minds to the most terrifying ‘goodies’ of the world. The nasty world. Insatiable appetite for premarital Sex, delinquency, Drug and substance addictions have all formed part of the contributing factors to this hullabaloo. So disheartening is that most of these youths do not ...

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THE ART OF FORGIVENESS

THE YOUNG GENERATION By Constance Pindikani The Lord’s prayer reads that ‘…forgive us our sins as we forgive those who wrong us…’ Forgiveness is an art on its own, and true forgiveness comes from the heart and conceives a beautiful feeling; relief to both the forgiver, and the forgiven. As youths, and human beings, we often fall out with our ...

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COLLEGE FOR ENTERTAINMENT? SEARCH ME!

THE YOUNG GENERATION By Gomezgani Mhango Tertiary education is one of those middle ages where one drafts or coins their ‘future’ life. College life is one of those periods where one shapes their prospective lives either for the better or for the other dark part. This is why, as youths, we need to open our eyes wider and realize that ...

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LIVING A SUSTAINED LOVE LIFE

The Young Generation By Kenneth Chizotera Mkandawire In all earnest, love is precious, rather, it’s supposed to be. At times, however, love sucks. Sometimes, it becomes a very complicated issue, leading to what you would perhaps describe as unexpected outcomes, bizarre to believe or ruthless tragic endings leaving many dismayed with unanswered questions of “why not it being a happy ...

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KNOWING AND LOVING YOUR ROOTS

THE YOUNG GENERATION By Constance Pindikani. The Great Jamaican freedom icon, Marcus Garvey once said, “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin, and culture is like a tree without roots.” Decades later, the statement still rings a bell to Malawian youths. It’s a fact that Today’s Generation is born, raised, and dies in foreign places other than ...

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SAVE AND INVEST

THE YOUNG GENERATION By Gomezgani Mhango. It is not common in Malawi for the youths to save money in order to invest in the near future. But they are on top when it comes to clubbing every weekend, changing hair styles now and then, buying expensive labels, GUCCI, ADIDAS, you name it. Some say at this age one is not ...

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Positivity is the name of the game; always be positive

THE YOUNG GENERATION By Nomsa Rhudo Mwale. There is a life that everybody lives and everybody knows about it but then comes another life that nobody knows about. It is the generation that has an inhabitant who is so unique and different from everybody else. It is not actually that this inhabitant of a person is even better but this ...

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YOUNG MALAWIANS, TREKKING DOWN SOUTH AIN’T NO DEAL…NEITHER IS THE UK (PART TWO)

THE YOUNG GENERATION  By John Chikheba Jnr. Some time back, we had introduced this issue, and mostly we looked at some of the justifications young Malawians are trekking either to Mzansi or the Queen’s land for fortune. This week, we will look at the other side of this brain drain. From this side, the author is of the view that ...

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THE BEAUTY OF LIVING AN AUTHENTIC LIFE

THE YOUNG GENERATION By Kenneth C. Mkandawire. Life is an interesting journey, you never know where it will take you through. You will always be left in suspense whilst having miscellaneous thoughts about what will crop up next. Like a tossed coin, you will not be able to discover what is coming ahead of you. It is rather a guessing ...

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YOUNG MALAWIANS, TREKKING DOWN SOUTH AIN’T NO SOLUTION; NEITHER IS HEADING TO THE UK (PART ONE)

THE YOUNG GENERATION By Nomsa Rhudo Mwale. Often times, we’ve been seeing our friends, relatives or acquaintances trekking either to the Rainbow nation or if they’re very lucky, heading to the Queens’ territory, all in search of greener pastures. On a closer look, over half of these journeys involve the young generation; the energetic citizens who, otherwise could have uplifted ...

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