A Democracy of Chameleons: Politics and Culture in the New Malawi

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Index

A
African Traditional Religion (ATR) 154
Agowi, K. 121
Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (ADMARC) 25, 30, 32
Agriculture 25–26, 29, 38
Cash crops 25
Ake, C. 124
AlleluyaBand 104, 156
Alliance for Democracy (AFORD) 11–12, 14, 16, 23, 70, 78, 84, 91, 96, 137, 143, 144, 146, 148, 160, 178–180
Anglican Church 149, 180
Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) 118
Army 100, 113–114, 155, 158, 162, 180, 183
Associations 23, 52, 140, 145, 148–149
Australia 166

B
Balaka 104, 156
Banda, K. 11–12, 18, 23, 25, 44–45, 47, 50, 58, 62–64, 77, 80, 82–83, 85, 90, 92, 94, 97, 99, 103, 106–109, 123, 126, 140, 142, 144, 146, 152, 155, 159–161, 168, 171, 178–179, 181–186
Banda, L. 22, 104, 118–119, 121
Forgiveness 108
Idea of social justice 105
Malawi as Babylon 106–107
On the past 109–110
Response from politicians 120
The fall of Babylon 107
Threats to democracy 110–118
Banda, P. 104, 120
Barber, K. 113, 121
Bayart, J. F. 19, 36–37
Best, B. 121
Blantyre 51, 53–54, 101, 112, 114, 146, 152, 155, 160, 180
Brekle, H. E. 87
Brink, A. 173

C
Cabinet Crisis 45, 63, 92, 144, 182
Canada 89
Cassese, A. 173
Catholic Church 104, 125, 136–137, 142, 148
Pastoral letter of 1992 11, 110, 159, 180
Pastoral letter of 1998 138
See also Churches, Clergy
Censorship Board 92–93, 99, 179
Central Region 12, 50, 90–94, 116–117
Chakuamba, G. 12, 70, 72, 77, 117, 179
Chameleons 17–18, 185
Chaziya, C. 94–95
Chihana, C. 12, 16, 70, 96, 98, 107, 110, 117, 143, 178–179
Chikwawa 51
Chilinda, N. 145
Chilomwe 148
Chilowa, W. 29, 31
Chilumpha, C. 180
Chimombo, M. 93, 100, 102
Chimombo, S. 91, 102, 167
China 119
Chinkhonde 148
Chinsinga, B. 149
Chinyanja/Chichewa 18, 91, 140, 142, 144, 148, 152, 173
Chipembere, H. M. 181
Chipeta, C. 31
Chipeta, E. L. 147
Chiradzulu 114
Chirambo, R. 13
Chirwa, E. W. 28
Chirwa, O. 99
Chirwa, R. W. 146
Chirwa, V. 98–99
Chirwa, W. C. 150, 159, 180
Chisupe, G. 163
Chitipa 148
Chitonga 143, 148
Chitumbuka 23, 91, 141–149
Chitumbuka Language and Culture Association (CLACA) 23, 141, 145–147
Chiume, K. 146, 181
Chiwanga, D. 106, 178, 182
Chiyao 148
The Chronicle 14
Church of Central Africa, Presbyterian (CCAP) 19, 92, 101, 116, 142, 148
See also Churches, Clergy, Livingstonia Mission
Churches 123, 125–127, 137, 154
See also Religion
Civil servants 21, 23, 44–52, 54–61, 92, 137, 155, 168, 178
Civil Service Reform Programme (CSRP) 21, 43, 56–57
Civil society 22–23, 32, 123–124, 127, 136–139, 166
Clergy 22–23, 124, 136–139, 146
Activism 127–132
Catholic and Presbyterian 126–127, 131, 134
Class character 126, 135
Organisational setting 125, 134

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