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Nakoma to meet associations’ torch bearers…

Nakoma to meet associations’ torch bearers News details; 20/08/2019. The new board chairperson for Malawi National Council of Sports, Mr. Oliver Nakoma shares his Vision in sports industry. The successor of James Chuma, as board chairperson for Malawi National Council of Sports (MNCS), Mr.Oliver Nakoma says he will meet national associations’ leaders and players in order […]

Phiso on sports bodies

Phiso on sports bodiesNews detail;06/08/2019 Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, Francis Phiso has advised the countries’ national sports associations that oversee different sporting disciplines to be resourceful through corporate partners. He made these remarks during the launch of the 2019 Central Region Gateway Netball Challenge Cup on Saturday, 3rd August in Lilongwe. He further […]

MNCS Requests For Hosting Volunteers

Mncs Requests For Hosting VolunteersDate: 05/07/2019As part of our vision Malawi National Council of (MNCS) operates within a global context and as part of global focus, MNCS got into an agreement with Norwegian Olympic and Paralympic Committee and Confederation of sport (NIF) to run a Youth Sport Exchange Program for a duration of 10 months, […]


MNCS GIVES FAM GO AHEAD Malawi National Council of Sports (MNCS) has given the country’s football governing body-Football Association of Malawi (FAM) go ahead to host this year’s Under-17 Cosafa Youth Championship slated for September. Council of Southern African Football Associations (Cosafa) granted Fam hosting rights for the competition during its annual general meeting which […]

MNCS samples Gendaball

MNCS samples Gendaball News details;05/05/2019 Malawi National Council of Sports (MNCS) has pledges to support the promotion of Gendaball in the country. Acting Executive Secretary, Henry Mereka, said this as Sports council management and staff took time to sample Gendaball-a sport which was invented by Ethiopian-based Malawian, Francis Mwalabu. “This appears to be a very […]