Mzuni FC Vs Dave Ng’ambi in Court Battle

Former Nyasa Big Bullets midfielder, Dave Ng’ambi has dragged his immediate past employers, Mzuzu University Football Club (Mzuni FC) to court over contract termination. Ng’ambi signed a two- year contract with the Green intellectuals early this season which tied him up to 2019, but some months later, Mzuni terminated the agreement over  what they claimed poor performance of the player. The player appeared before the Mzuzu Senior Resident Magistrate Court on Friday where he demanded Mzuni to pay him…

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Tigers Invade Mzuni, Moyale Barracks

Blantyre based side, Tigers FC have invaded the northern region as they eye to collect maximum points when they face MZUNI and Moyale Barracks on over the weekend. Tigers will Face Mzuni on Saturday at Mzuzu stadium and 24 hours later they will battle it out with Moyale barracks. In an interview with Team Manager for Kau Kau Boys, Mapopa Msukwa on Thursday, he said his team is geared up return from the north with a much needed result…

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Six Mzuni Players to Face Chop

Six Mzuni players will face the chop from the current squad and they need to look elsewhere in order to finish the 2018 soccer season as players. Mzuni Coach, Gilbert Chirwa disclosed this Sunday after his team finished the first round of TNM super league on number 14 with 15 points from 15 games. He said the players would be removed as result of poor performance and lack of team discipline. “We have finished the first round of the…

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Mzuzu Stadium Closure Draws Mixed Reactions

Mzuzu based Super League outfits; Moyale Barracks and Mzuzu University (MZUNI) Football clubs have given different views over the closure of their home ground Mzuzu Stadium by Mzuzu City Council in readiness for the 54th Anniversary Independence Celebrations. Speaking Thursday in an interview with Malawi News Agency, Moyale Barracks Coach, Charles Kamanga expressed dismay over the closure of the stadium and saying the development will affect his team’s game plan. “The council should utilize the off- season break to…

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Govt Encourages Youths to be Innovative

Government through the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism has encouraged youths in Malawi to be innovative using their ideas, skills and talents to establish businesses that can create jobs for them to enhance national development. The Minister responsible, Henry Mussa made the remarks Tuesday during World Bank Youth Creating Jobs Fair at the Bingu International Convention Centre in Lilongwe. In an interview, Mussa said youth have different ideas and skills that can help develop the country such as…

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Mzuzu University Hailed for supporting Artists

Artists in the northern region have hailed Mzuzu University (Mzuni) for showing its commitment towards uplifting arts industry in the country by opening an arts facility to be used by artists and theatre groups for free. Speaking in separate interviews, the artists specialised in traditional dances, theater, music and fine arts among others, said Mzuni needs to be applauded for taking a step to provide the arts centre besides offering creative arts lessons at the institution. One of Mzuzu…

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