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Lack of Sponsorship affects chess sport in Malawi

L By Orchestra Kamanga Chairperson of Southern Region Chess League Stevie Mpighu has said lack of sponsorship has affected chess sport saying most companies take chess as minority compared to football. He said companies are not interested to sponsor the s

Chipanga retains MW chess championship crown

Candidate Master (CM), Chiletso Chipanga, has regained the National Chess Championship crown last weekend after winning six games and managing three draws at Cross-Roads Hotel in Lilongwe. The tournament started on Friday and ended on Sunday, in which Chi

Chessam unveil maiden electric chessboard

Chess Association of Malawi has unveiled a modern electronic chessboard which has never been used in the competitions history in the country. The board was shown at a ceremony which took place in Lilongwe on Saturday, 24th November, 2018. The body’s pre

Insurance Companies hold sports festivals

By orchestra Kamanga As part of interaction, sharing ideas, insurance companies, brokers, MASM held sports festival held at College of Medicine sports complex in Blantyre. Some of the insurance companies and brokers are Smile life insurance, Old mutual Re

Funding woes hinder draft activities

By Robert Kumwenda Inadequate funding has been said as one of the major factors that are affecting the activities of the Association of Draft in Malawi. President of the association said this in an exclusive interview with Malawi Sports, He said Malawi pa

ZAMBIAN DEFEATS LOCAL CHESS PLAYERS

The Zambian, Godwin Phiri took chess to another level as he humiliated Local top chess players during Mdina International Open Chess tournament at Simama Hotel in Lilongwe on Sunday. The three-day tournament, which started on Friday, attracted 10 Zambians

Chess players’ ban not valid’

The validity of a two-year ban imposed on chess players Joseph Mwale, Joseph Nyambalo and Vitumbiko Gondwe has been put into doubt following Malawi National Council of Sports’ (MNCS) revelations that no document exists on the suspension. Chess Associati