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CAF exempts Kinnah and other Coaches from full A License course

ChamangwanaFormer Flames' coach Kinnah Phiri has been exempted from full CAF A Licence by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), which will start on April 1 2015 at Chiwembe Technical Centre.

Kinnah confirmed the development to The Nation Newspaper.

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TNM League Sponsor welcomes new SULOM Executive

TNM Super LeagueBlantyre, March 17, 2015—Super League sponsors, TNM would like to congratulate the newly-elected executive committee of the Super League of Malawi (SULOM).

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Mzuni FC trade barbs with 'defiant' Mike Bango of Zodiak radio over TNM Super League Qualification

Mike Bango- a sports propagandist?Head Coach for Mzuzu University football club popularly known as Mzuni FC; Alex Ngwira has advised Zodiak sports reporter Mike Bango to always strive for professionalism in his sports coverage especially on issues concerning his Mzuni FC.

Malawi’s Big Bullets Ambushed by Al Hilal in Sudan, Lose 0 -4

Big BulletsBig Bullets from Malawi were thrashed 4-0  by Sudan’s Al Hilal in a 2015 Caf Champions League first round, first leg match played at Omdurman Stadium, Khartoum on Sunday night.

The Sudanese giants' win gives them a huge advantage going into the second leg to be played after two weeks at the Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre on the last weekend of month.

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Malawi Government to Launch ‘SPORTS FOR HEALTH’ initiative

George MkondiwaThe 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.

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