How Colonialism Fueled Deadly Anti-Vampire Hysteria in Malawi

It's not the first time lingering skepticism of foreigners and local beliefs have produced panic over allegedly bloodsucking predators in the African country.
Mark Hay
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

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Aroop Roy's “Abale” Gives a Tale of Homeland Sorrow a Dancefloor Spin

The track from the London producer's new EP features Gasper Nali, a Malawi singer with a message.
Krystal Rodriguez
The Tight Squeeze Issue

The African Country on a Mission to Legalize Hemp (And Maybe Weed Too)

Good luck.
Alice McCool

The First HIV-Fighting Drones Have Been Deployed in Africa

The technology could reduce the time it takes to get an HIV diagnosis from months to days.
Hannah McNeish

Cops in Malawi Can Shoot Anyone Attacking Albinos Now

"Shoot every criminal who is violent when caught red-handed abducting people with albinism," the inspector general of police said.
Mark Hay

'Four More Beers for Obama,' Sings Africa

Remember that time those Malawian guys emailed us a video pleading with the British public to make Nirvana Christmas number one? Well, they are back, and this time they've grown a political conscience.
Oscar Rickett
The Harvester of Sorrow Issue

Mouse On A Stick

It's got its problems, but compared to places like Uganda, Malawi is paradise. AIDS is still rampant but the southern African nation's economic growth continues year after year.
Andy Capper