Soccer – Mafco Beat Red Lions 1-0 – Malawi TNM Super League

[Nyasa Times] Mafco Football Club on Sunday afternoon narrowly beat fellow soldiers Red Lions 1-0 in a rather dull all soldiers affair dominated by rough style of play staged at the Balaka Stadium.

[Nyasa Times] Mafco Football Club on Sunday afternoon narrowly beat fellow soldiers Red Lions 1-0 in a rather dull all soldiers affair dominated by rough style of play staged at the Balaka Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Soccer – Silver Hit Civil 2-1 in LL Derby

[Nyasa Times] Silver Strikers first half substitute Kondwani Mwaila’s 96th minute strike painfully hit determined Civil Sporting hard to a 2-1 suffering Sunday in the TNM Super League Lilongwe derby at Civo Stadium.

[Nyasa Times] Silver Strikers first half substitute Kondwani Mwaila's 96th minute strike painfully hit determined Civil Sporting hard to a 2-1 suffering Sunday in the TNM Super League Lilongwe derby at Civo Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Chiefs in Malawi Urged to Be Reproductive Health Champions

[CSJNews] Chiradzulu -Traditional chiefs and village heads have an important role to play in ensuring that their subjects enjoy comprehensive sexual and reproductive health and rights, a human rights media organization has said.

[CSJNews] Chiradzulu -Traditional chiefs and village heads have an important role to play in ensuring that their subjects enjoy comprehensive sexual and reproductive health and rights, a human rights media organization has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Zimbabwean Football Star Chawe Joins Nyasa Bullets

[Nyasa Times] Malawian top flight football league seems to be attracting more foreign players of late with the latest being a Zimbabwean Silva Chawe who has been training with Nyasa Big Bullets for the past few days.

[Nyasa Times] Malawian top flight football league seems to be attracting more foreign players of late with the latest being a Zimbabwean Silva Chawe who has been training with Nyasa Big Bullets for the past few days.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Ban On Maize Exports ‘Until Reserves Are Filled Up’ – President

[Nyasa Times] President Peter Mutharika has again put his foot down on stopping local farmers exporting maize, maintaining a two-year ban, saying the ban would be lifted only when all Strategic Grain Reserves (SGR) in the country are filled up.

[Nyasa Times] President Peter Mutharika has again put his foot down on stopping local farmers exporting maize, maintaining a two-year ban, saying the ban would be lifted only when all Strategic Grain Reserves (SGR) in the country are filled up.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Ansah Conceeds 2014 Polls Had Irregularities, Now Ironed Out

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Chairperson Dr Jane Ansah expressed optimism that the forth coming by-elections will be free, far and credible, saying the Tripartite Elections which were held in 2014 had some irregularities which have b…

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) Chairperson Dr Jane Ansah expressed optimism that the forth coming by-elections will be free, far and credible, saying the Tripartite Elections which were held in 2014 had some irregularities which have been resolved.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Mutharika Wants More Investors to Recapitalize Agriculture Industry

[Nyasa Times] President Arthur Peter Mutharika has asked the private sector in the country to woo more investors in agriculture to recapitalize the industry for the country’s economy to grow.

[Nyasa Times] President Arthur Peter Mutharika has asked the private sector in the country to woo more investors in agriculture to recapitalize the industry for the country's economy to grow.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Banks Are Failing Customers – Central Bank Should Step in

[Nyasa Times] Generally, the quality of service offered by banks has deteriorated over the past few years. Some of the contributing factors are lack of service expansion in light of growing clientele and the narrow products offered. The services are so…

[Nyasa Times] Generally, the quality of service offered by banks has deteriorated over the past few years. Some of the contributing factors are lack of service expansion in light of growing clientele and the narrow products offered. The services are so appalling that one has to wait for long hours to be served. Sometimes queues are so long that customers just give up and return the following day.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi