It’s not yet over for Guba, says Mzengo

It’s not yet over for Guba, says MzengoNews details;05/05/2019 Malawi National Council of Sports development manager, Ruth Mzengo said despite his loss, Yamikani Guba put up a gallant fight during the 2019 World Taekwondo Championship Games that took place in Manchester, England. His victory could see him qualify for Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. “We were […]


YAMIKANI GUBA SECCURES ANOTHER SCHOLARSHIPNews details: 29/07/2019 The Army Sport Scholarship Scheme which represents Tier 3 of the Army Elite Athlete Programme selection board which sat on Wednesday 10th July 2019 has released the list of 50 future athletes to join 2019/2020 Army Elite Sport Programme. The scholarship application for UK- based Malawian Taekwondo athlete, […]

I’am POSSIBLE in syllabusNews details: 10/07/2019

The government of Malawi has shown interest to include disability sports in the schools syllabus as a means to promote sports among disabled students. The disability sports in the schools will be under the ‘ I’am POSSIBLE ‘, a global initiative being supported by International Paralympic Committee which is still on pilot phase and has […]

Taekwondo, Archery and other five sport codes to represent Malawi

News details;31/07/2019. Malawi Olympic Committee (MOC) has named a 22 squad from athletics, Judo, Archery, Taekwondo, Swimming, Chess and Table Tennis to represent the country at All African Games to take place in August, in Rabat, Morocco. Stain Lifa (100m), Gift Kawale(200m), Kefasi Kasteni (5,000m),Chauncy Master (10,000m), Mirriam Kachingwe (1,500m), Moneyi Chingaipe (1,000m) and Golden […]