Developing and Promoting Sport in Malawi since 1974.
The Malawi National Council of Sports (MNCS) was established by an act of Parliament, Act No 10, of 1974, to provide oversight to the development of all sporting disciplines in Malawi.
The Malawi National Council Act has however extended and specified the mandate of the sporting body corporate on among others; matters of women and sport, professional sport, sport for people with disabilities, recreational sport as well as anti-doping within sport.
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.