Four Teams to Compete in 2018 FA Charity Shield

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) has announced the change of format in the 2018 FA Charity Shield which will have four teams participating in the competition from only previously. FAM Finance Director, Limbani Matola told Malawi News Agency (Mana) Tuesday in Blantyre that this season four teams namely; Be Forward Wanderers, Nyasa Big Bullets, Kamuzu Barracks and Silver Strikers will participate in the Charity Shiled. He disclosed that the competition scheduled for two days would kick– off on March…

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Game Changer: Over 1200 Prizes Splashed in TNM ‘Kwatentha’ Promotion

As the “Kwatentha ” Summer Splash promotion chapter entered its third month, TNM PLC has rewarded customers with different prizes including Huawei Y3 Lite smart phones, power banks, branded t-shirts and caps in the last but one draw totaling the number of winners to 1200 so far.. Speaking at the TNM headquarters on Thursday in Blantyre, the company’s Head of division, Subhuza Ngwenya expressed the company’s excitement and satisfaction on the progress made so far stating that since the…

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Super League Champs Be Forward Wanderers Donates to Balaka School

Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM) and 2017 Super league Champions, Be Forward Wanderers Thursday donated materials worth K 2 million materials to Mwanje Primary School in Balaka. The items donated to the school include teaching and learning materials (text books, exercise books, pens and pencils) 2 sets of football kits and first aid kits. The Wanderers players took their time out to engage with the pupils of the school and to play a mini soccer game with the school’s football…

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TNM Presents K2.8 Million to Assist 17 Blind Students at BSS

One of the leading Mobile Service Providers in the country TNM, has presented a cheque worth K2.8 million through Hope for the blind 2016/2017 Academic year scholarship program meant to assist 17 that have visual and hearing i pairment at Blantyre Secondary School –BSS, it has been learnt. TNM’s Head of Blantyre region Mr David Nyirenda said that one way for the standards of education to go up in the country is to assist susceptible people. “The scholarship is…

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TNM plans to plant 36,000 trees at K2.7million

Telecom Networks Malawi (TNM) a premier mobile service provider has pledged to continue with its commitment to arrest the problem of deforestation affecting the country that has largely contributed to heavy flooding and other climate change effects. The mobile service provider said the country has witnessed a number of calamities including floods, droughts and erratic rainfall patterns as a result of increased deforestation across the country. Speaking on the sidelines of a tree planting exercise on Thursday at Monkey-Bay…

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