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Standard Bank boosts Lake Malawi Sailing Marathon with K2m

Lake Malawi Sailing ClubThis year’s Lake Malawi Swimming Marathon which launches on June 28th has received a boost from Standard Bank which has contributed K2 million towards organization of the event.

The bank’s Head of Global Markets Lesego Osman said the contribution underscores Standard Bank’s commitment to become a long-term financial services partner of the race.

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Athletics Malawi confers Justice Mwaungulu honorary president

Justice MwaunguluAthletics Association of Malawi (AAM) has conferred its former president Supreme Court Judge Dunsatin Mwaungulu honoray life president.

Justice Dunstain Mwaungulu served the association during the time the association good sponsorship including the Nico Marathon, Dairiborn Ching’ombe.

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Malawi female boxer set to take on an American boxer in an undercard bout

BoxerMalawi boxing fraternity will have rare treat when a local female boxer Anisha Basheer takes on American boxer Jessica Zuzik in non-title international bout.

The bout will be fought at Lilongwe Community Centre on the undercard of Robert Kachiza and Zimbabwean opponent Tinashe Mwadziwa.

SRFA settles K1.6 million referees outstanding arrears

Malawi Football NewsSRFA General Secretary Geroge Mpagaja said the payment was made possible following the team’s impressive payment of affiliation fees.

“We have managed to make the payments because most of the teams have been faithful in paying their affiliation fees this season. Seventeen out of 21 teams have paid 75 percent of their affiliation fees,” Mpagaja said.

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Malawi to import grass for new national stadium

Bingu StadiumMalawi will important grass from South Africa for the modern Bingu National Stadium being built with funding from Chinese government.

Chief Architect in the Ministry of Lands Knight Munthali said that all logical arrangements had been put in place to bring the non-slippery and drought resistant grass.

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