The Queens Baton is expected to travel for 294 days reaching 72 countries before the commonwealth games start in Birmingham, England next year.
Moyale Barracks and Wolves Volleyball teams are both champions for the second time in a row.
The Malawi National Council of Sports conducted a football coaching in Chizumulu island between 14th and 19th September 2021.
Malawi, through Malawi Paralympic Committee (MPC) is training primary teachers from different schools, at Katoto in Mzuzu district on Para Sport Against Stigma.
The Malawi National Council of Sports is offering opportunity for local sports practitioners to pursue a customized non-degree, multi-dimensional sport management course programme which is based on research and practical experience, developed by the Department of Bio-kinetics, Sport and Leisure Sciences and the Centre for Leisure Studies at the University of Pretoria in South Africa, in collaboration with recognized experts.
Chess Association of Malawi (Chessam) through its president, Susan Namangale, calls for a k1.5 million out of k 7 million required money to cater for national squad’s participation in the 2019 All Africa Games to take place close to the end of this month of August in Rabat, Morocco.
Malawi National Council of Sports (MNCS) has sent Football Association of Malawi (FAM) back to the drawing board on the process of recruiting the next Flames coach.
The Chess Association of Malawi (CHESSAM) has identified 12 players that will represent the country during the Online chess Olympiad 2020 that will take place in the month-end of July to August, following second and final online selection tournament that took place on Tuesday night which involved 10 players in the Open section, 7 players in the Ladies section and 8 players in the Junior section.
Malawi National Council of Sports has announced the top three list for the outstanding athletes for the year 2019, yet to be rewarded on 14th Feb, 2020 at BICC.
South Africa-based Fide Master Joseph Mwale and Chess Association of Malawi’s president (Chessam) Susan Namangale are the 2019 National Chess Champions that was held from 19-22 December at Lilongwe Crossroads Hotel, in men’s and ladies categories respectively.