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The Football Association of Malawi announced Thursday it has withdrawn the national team, the Flames from this year's COSAFA Cup following the death of Vice President Saulos Chilima and 8 others in a plane crash in Monday morning.

On May 2nd, Silver Strikers Football Club's faithfulls woke up to news that one of their sons Davie Moya is no more. Moya's death didn't just touch the bankers family alone, but the whole football fraternity because he was an inspiration to many with the way he presented himself in the field of play. Looking at him in Silver jersey in hasty, one would easily have mistaken him for Peter Odemwingie formerly of West Bromwich Albion because they were both colored.

Bullets Cancels Mozambique Trip

Malawi football giants, FCB Nyasa Big Bullets, will not travel to neighboring Mozambique to play an international strength testing match against UD Songo on March 23 as earlier indicated, an official of the team has confirmed.

In a heartwarming display of community spirit and support for the beautiful game, Tutla, recently made a generous donation to the renowned Super League team, MAFCO FC. The donation, valued at an impressive 3 million Kwacha, consisted of high-quality football boots that are set to elevate MAFCO FC's performance on the pitch.

This is a question that many Silver Strikers followers are asking themselves and answering themselves at the same time.

Chimwemwe Idana Leaves Bullets

Watching Nyasa Big Bullets play, one would easily notice that the team is on the right path of becoming a top professional team. This is evidenced on how they play in all fronts.

Three super League team have expressed interest to take on board 7 players from the relegated Rumphi United ahead of the 2023 season.

Civil society organizations say socio-economic woes Malawians are experiencing are depriving the country from being accorded the accolade of a “peaceful nation” despite the absence of conflicts and other crises.

Director of Operations for World Vision Charles Chimombo says ownership of the said projects by people in communities, is one way of ensuring that development projects have a long-lasting impact in communities.

Malawi Commonwealth Games Association has unveiled 22 athletes who will represent Malawi at the forthcoming Commonwealth Games slated for July 28th in Birmingham, England.

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