Written by JAMES ODZIWA MARAVIPOST
The Ministry of Health in collaboration with the Ministry of Sports and Youth development have organized a launch of “Sports for Health Initiative at Civo stadium in Lilongwe on Friday, 6th March from 7:30am. On this day, there will be various sports competitions such as football, netball and other games.
The event will be presided over by the Chief Secretary, Mr. George Mkondiwa and other senior government officials. All civil servants from all Ministries and government departments who want to participate are welcome and should get organized according to their Ministry or department.
Written by EX MZUNI OFFICIAL MEMBERS
We would like to kindly bring to your attention, our concerns over a noted unprofessional conduct of your lead sports journalist, Mike Bango. We have noted with great concern that the said presenter is using the Zodiak Radio platform to disadvantage a deserving team in the Northern region Simama football League through his propaganda-filled biased coverage of the same.
Written by FRANK PHIRI
Blantyre, February 24, 2015—Premier Service provider on Tuesday conducted the first draw of the on-going Big Bullets CAF SMS promotion launched to support the people’s team champions league.
Speaking during the first draw of Bullets Road to CAF promotion, TNM Marketing Manager Madalitso Jonazi said the company was overwhelmed with the response from fans during the two weeks of the promotion.
Written by MANA
Blantyre, March 1: Big Bullets booked a place in the 2015 Caf Champions League second round after playing to a 2-2 draw against Fomboni FC of the Comos Island at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on Saturday.
Goals from Victor Limbani and Tizgowere Kumwenda saw the Peoples Team leading Fomboni in the first half, but the visitors equalized in the second half due to Bullet's sloppy defense. Bullets advanced 3-2 on aggregate thanks to alone goal win in the first leg.
Written by FRANK PHIRI
Blantyre, February 16, 2015—TNM, the proud sponsors the Super League wishes to congratulate the Big Bullets Football Club for winning their first game of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) League Championship against Fomboni FC of the Comoros on February 15, 2015.