A year after Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Wanderers were banned from using Kalulu Stadium, nine golfers have also been given one year ban from using Nchalo Sports Club for failing to comply with facility safety rules.
Malawi National Council of Sports, (MNCS) has sponsored a national refereeing training course that Volleyball Association of Malawi (VAM) holds from today, 8th-12th August, 2019 at Falls Baptist Theological College in Lilongwe.
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.
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.
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.
Hockey Association of Malawi (HAM) has received a donation of hockey equipment from Indian High Commission. The donated equipment is comprised of 200 hockey sticks.
Malawian Squash athletes Aubrey Taulo and Chimwemwe Mangani have been sponsored by AMG Globe campany to participate in Zimbabwe Squash Open scheduled from 1-4 August in Harare, Zimbabwe.
The Cycling Federations of Malawi(CFM) has reminded all the participants for 2019 Presidential Initiative on Sport (PIS) race to observe time set by world cycling governing body Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) as way of preparing the athletes for Olympic games which has never been achieved by any of Malawian athlete.
Malawi Aquatic Union’s (MAU) preparations for 2019 Fina World Championship which has started on 17 and is expected to end on 29 July in Gwangju, South Korea has been affected by cold weather conditions in the country.
Polytechnic Continuing Education Centre (CEC) are the 2019 National Presidential Darts Champions following their win at Kamuzu Barracks where the deciding matches took place on Sunday, 14 July.