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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.

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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Tanzania Fair Competition Commission on study tour in Malawi

Malawi and Tanzania MapBLANTYRE (MaraviPost)—A six-member delegation from the Tanzania Fair Competition Commission (FCC) is expected to jet in Malawi this weekend on a seven-day study tour.

According to Malawi’s Competition and Fair Trading Commission (CFTC), a government agency mandated to regulate, monitor, control and prevent acts or behavior that adversely affect competition and consumer welfare, the delegation will be in the country from 12 April to April 18 2015.

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Silver Strikers, Big Bullets match raises K12million

Silver StrikersThe game between Silver Strikers and Bullets FC, which at Civo Stadium on Saturday, which marked the official opening of the 2015 TNM Super League, has raised K12 million.

But the figure has come under fire amid reports that unscrupulous people printed counterfeits tickets which found their way on the market.

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Airtel Malawi Powers The National Golf Team's Trip Uganda

Airtel Golf SpondershipIn a typical spirit of a sport passionate brand, Airtel Malawi has donated MK4 million to the Golf Union of Malawi to enable the national team travel to Uganda and participate in the Zone IV tournament next month.

Breaking the news in Lilongwe on Monday, Airtel’s Managing Director Heiko Schlittke said the company had always enjoyed a good partnership with golfers hence taking the passion for the sport of golf to another level.

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