Six flue-cured tobacco growers who are part of a Malawi delegation on a study tour in Zimbabwe were on Tuesday stunned over up-to-the roof prices fetching flue-cured tobacco in Zimbabwe.
It is a very big day in world football today when Wembley Stadium in England hosts this year’s Uefa Champions League final which features two German teams — Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. Given what we know about the two teams, it promises to be an exciting final and it is my hope and that…
Malawi government has said it will from this year start implementing a five-year strategic plan to take sports to the grass roots by building required infrastructure.
The much hyped K12 million (about $30 000) GOtv Netball Challenge starts today Saturday at College of Medicine Sports Complex in Blantyre with the cream of netball from Lilongwe and Blantyre clashing.
The rivalry between Malawi and Zimbabwe national football teams, which dates back to three decades, returns in Blantyre this Saturday afternoon as they clash in a friendly encounter at Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre.
The Southern Region Coaches Committee (SRCC) will conduct a preparatory C Licence coaching course in Chikhwawa from June 6-9.
Malawi’s revered boxing envoy Isaac ‘Golden Boy’ Chilemba has vowed to sweat blood today (Saturday) when he takes to the ring for a rematch against Briton Anthony Bellew at the O2 Arena in London.
Grief and dismay gripped Chancellor College (Chanco) and Polytechnic students Friday afternoon when the High Court in Blantyre vacated an injunction they obtained, restraining the University of Malawi Council from closing the two colleges.
Various players have given mixed reactions to the 2013/14 National Budget, with leading opposition leaders describing it as “very creative” but “lacking hope” for Malawians.
New tax measures in the 2013/14 Malawi National Budget will slightly add more money in low income workers’ pockets and help boost investment in sectors prioritised under the Economic Recovery Plan (ERP).
Malawi’s Finance Minister Ken Lipenga on Friday stared down critics and refused to blink as he tabled the K638.2 billion (about $1.5bn) 2013/14 budget that marches ahead with painful and unpopular economic reforms.
At 6 o’clock tomorrow evening, Season 8 of the Big Brother franchise returns to DStv channel 198 of our decoders to stream a mixture of reality and feigned celebrity in a spectacle that has kept viewers across the continent glued to their screens since its inception a decade ago.