Categories Archives: Sports

Nyasa suspends sponsorship to Bullets

Information reaching Malawi-sports indicate that Nyasa Manufacturing Company has with immediate effect suspended its MK500 sponsorship to the Peoples team, Big Bullets FC. The development follows the squabbles that have being rocking the team resulting to

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Women National Football Player Murdered

Malawi women’s national football fraternity has been hit by a tragedy after Blantyre Zero player Yanjanani ‘Ntonjane’ Pinanji was found dead. Pinanji, who played for the Malawi national women’s football team, was found murdered in Blantyre on Frid

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Officialdom leaves BAT ground in ruins

A decade after buying BAT Ground in Blantyre, the Ministry of Youth and Culture is yet to legally take full ownership of the historic football venue, leaving it like a semi-desert. Cigarette manufacturers, British America Tobacco (BAT) sold the property t

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NRFA AGM Sunday

Northern Region Football Association (NRFA) will hold its annual general meeting (AGM) on Sunday at William Koyi Conference Hall in Mzuzu. The assembly will among other things, adopt the newly drafted NRFA statutes. NRFA general secretary Patel Kaunda tol

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Nyasa to pay players’ dues

Nyasa Big Bullets sponsor, Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC), has promised to settle players and coaching staff ’s unpaid dues for February after the executive committee failed to honour its obligation. NMC chairperson, Konrad Buckle, said the sponsors

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The storm is over

Nyasa Big Bullets FC have accepted all conditions their sponsor Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC) imposed on the club on Monday for the sustainability of the K500 million five-year sponsorship. One of the conditons is to accept Sam Chilunga as chairperson

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Former Surestream coach opens football academy

Former Surestream Football Academy coach Honest Nkhwazi has opened Chisomo Football Academy in Kasungu District. The now defunct Surestream Academy fired Nkhwazi in August 2015 alongside fellow under-12 and under-14 trainers Henry Solomon and Aubrey Magom

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