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South African based World Boxing Federation (WBF) boasts many unknown champions

ZhangIn 2009, the World Boxing Federation was finally re-established under its original name as a non-profit sports organization properly registered in the state of Luxembourg. South African Howard Goldberg, from Cape Town, an experienced boxing administrator for many years, assumed the position of president, with former president Ron Scalf lending his support for the first half year in the position as vice president.

200 athletes register for Cape Maclear Triathlon

Malawi Cape Maclear TriathlonBlantyre, September 16, 2015—The first ever TNM-sponsored Cape Maclear Triathlon has received an overwhelming response with over 200 athletes registering to take part.

The heat is slated for 18 to 20th September in the Lake Malawi district of Mangochi.

Jam Kaunda of Mizu Foundation, who are coordinating the event said all is set for the event which has attracted participants from different sporting disciplines.

“Everything is almost ready for the first Cape Maclear Triathlon. We have over 200 athletes registered in the different discipline,” he said.

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Airtel Broadband Golf to Rock Zomba

Airtel GolfGolfers in the old Capital City Zomba will this weekend be treated to a daylong tournament championship powered by Airtel Malawi Broadband at Gymkhana club.

Airtel Malawi’s Corporate Sales Manager, Nchane Nkhwazi said the tournament was a token expressing a gesture of thanks for golfers’ passion of the brand Airtel.

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Dear Diary from President Peter Mutharika on Mighty Wanderers winning Carlsberg Cup

Wanderers Accepting Carlsberg Cup 2015My hearty congratulations to the Mighty Be Forward Wanderers on the deserved and decisive win against a really impressive team, the Big Bullets in the Carlsberg Cup finale.


Congratulations to the supporters from both teams also for being lively and peaceful. I keenly followed the game on MBCTv. While the players on the field proved their skill and expertise with the ball, the large turn- out of their supporters in the stands stood tall with their exemplary behavior.

Mk 4.8million at Stake in Airtel Rising Stars Soccer Finals

- exciting fireworks on the cards as the count down to the finals begins

Airtel SoccerLilongwe, Thursday, 20th August 2015: The 2015 season of Airtel Rising Stars (ARS) is here, the countdown to the finals is ticking and all is set to take centre stage this Sunday 23rd August at the Kamuzu Stadium.

Key on the menu of activities to spice up the finals, include an exclusive match between the Airtel Rising Stars select team and the Malawi National Team.

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