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Nyasa Queens releases Iwe Wekha

09 June 2016 09:08:49 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi

Nyasa Queens is a Malawian female rapper group known for their hit song Uisova . They are a multi talented two young ladies namely Alice Mtanga aka Candy, Shamaelah Gonkho aka Sane . “Iwe Wekha” is... The post Nyasa Queens releases Iwe Wekha appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi .

Vice All News Time09 June 2016 09:08:49


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Nyasa Times journo leads Malawi Tobacco Media Network

03 June 2016 20:55:27 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi

Media Network on Tobacco (MNT) has elected its president, Alfred Chauwa, who is also a journalist working for Nyasa Times. Chauwa has commended Malawi Media for the role being played in reporting positively about tobacco... The post Nyasa Times journo leads Malawi Tobacco Media Network appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi .

Vice All News Time03 June 2016 20:55:27


‘Small monsters’ Kabwafu ready to gun down Nyasa BB: Malawi Pes Cup

27 May 2016 06:22:17 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi

Elijah Phimbi – Nyasa Times As the K60 million Presidential Cup reaches the quarterfinal stage, ‘Small Monsters’ Kabwafu Football Club says they are more than ready to face the champions Nyasa Big Bullets. Bullets beat... The post ‘Small monsters’ Kabwafu ready to gun down Nyasa BB: Malawi Pes Cup appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi .

Vice null Time27 May 2016 06:22:17


Nyasa Bullets ‘will give everything’ to win Malawi Pres Cup -Tewesa

26 May 2016 07:07:47 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi

Alex Mwazalumo –Nyasa Times Nyasa Big Bullets, Wednesday, May 25, 2016 reached the quarterfinals for the K60 million Presidential Football Cup after beating Blue Eagles 5-4 on post-match penalties in a tough match played before... The post Nyasa Bullets ‘will give everything’ to win Malawi Pres Cup -Tewesa appeared first on Malawi Nyasa Times - Malawi breaking news in Malawi .

Vice null Time26 May 2016 07:07:47


Malawi: Trouble Brewing At Nyasa BB, Fischer Snubs Disciplinary Committee

21 May 2016 18:44:55 AllAfrica News: Latest

There is growing frustration among some players at Nyasa Big Bullets as the club owes players more than K40 million (about $60 000) in signing on fees which were supposed to be paid before the kick off of the new season.

Vice All News Time21 May 2016 18:44:55


Nyasa Bullets qualify for round of 16 Malawi Presidential Cup

11 May 2016 20:46:32 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi

Nyasa Big Bullets became the latest team to reach the round of 16 of the Presidential Football Cup following a 3-0 nil win over Malawi Defence Force (MDF) Marine at the Kamuzu Stadium on a Wednesday afternoon. Nyasa Big Bullets FC thorough to national draw Rising Mike Mkwate opened the scoring as early as 12 minutes into the first half but the MDF team was quick to react with better ball possession despite failing to find the net. Andrew Phiri and Samuel Botomani were a marvel to watch for the Southern region premier division side but their efforts could not produce the goals. Midway the first half, Bullets Coach Franco Ndawa made a substitution taking off George Nyirenda for Davie Ng’ambi. Nyirenda was not happy with decision as he showed it through his gesture and action. His actions did not please Bullets fans who booed him when he went down the tunnel. Nyirenda’s substitution made immediate impact as his replacement had an assist towards Bullets second goal with Chiukepo Msowoya on the score-sheet towards the end of the first half. Marine began the second half a better team between the two but just like they did in the first half could not turn their chances into goals. Both teams made several substitutions in the second half but it was Bullets who were on the scoresheet again, this time around Muhammad Sulumba tapping in from a Chiukepo Msowoya neat pass. After the game, Bullets Technical Director Billy Tewesa was pleased with the result and could not hide his excitement. “We are delighted with the progress. We made several changes to the team that played against MAFCO and it proved positive. We are focusing ahead and hope to win the competition,” said Tewesa. Asked on what action the team will take on George Nyirenda’s actions when he was substituted, Tewesa said the team will sit down and analyse the situation before taking action. “We are not happy with what he (referring to George Nyirenda) did. He should live by example as a senior player. I can assure you that very soon we will sit down and analyse it before making a decision,” said Tewesa. In his remarks, MDF Marine Coach Hazily Ziusa congratulated Bullets for progressing to the round of 16 of the competition.

Vice null Time11 May 2016 20:46:32


Malawi: Piksy to Perform With Nyasa Candy in Dublin April 30

24 April 2016 17:56:22 AllAfrica News: Latest

Top Malawian rapper Piksy, who is currently in England has said he will fly to Ireland and hold a promising show in Dublin on Saturday 30 April before heading back home.

Vice All News Time24 April 2016 17:56:22


Chimango Kayira Hints At Nyasa Bullets Return

17 March 2016 05:37:48 WN.com - Africa News

Malawi national team midfield workhorse Chimango Kayira says he would like to return to play for Nyasa Big Bullets soon after he has seen out his remaining two year contract with a Mozambican club side Costa Du Sol. ......

Vice All News Time17 March 2016 05:37:48


Sulumba unveiled at Nyasa Bullets: Malawi champs start training

11 February 2016 13:35:25 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi

TNM Super League champions Nyasa Big Bullets have unveiled their new signing Muhamad Sulumba from Blantyre United after signing a three-year contract, frustrating Mighty Be Forward Wanderers who wanted to sign him for permanent after a successful loan stint last season. Sulumba being unveiled by Bullets club officials and Nyasa representative Bullets chairman Samuel Chilunga hailed Sulumba "one of the top strikers in Malawi." Chilunga was delighted that the striker had agreed to join the ranks at the Peoples Team after making a dramatic U-turn over his move to Lali Lubani Road - the home of Wanderers. Sulumba said he was attracted by the character of Bullets and their reputation for never giving up, even claiming they were going to defend the Super League title for the third year. "What I like the most about Bullets is the character. It’s a new challenge for me. Excited to be at my new home Bullets,” said Sulumba. According to Chilunga the People’s Team resumed training on Tuesday at Kamuzu Stadium under the guidance of Mabvuto Lungu and Lloyd Nkhwazi. Lungu will not going the team to the title defence because who does not hold a CAF B license which the Football Association of Malawi (FAM)—under the Club Licensing System (CLS)—is enforcing as a minimum requirement for the top-flight league coaches. Bullets former centre back George Nyirenda has also resumed training with the club after terminating his contract with top Zimbabwean side Caps United. The club has also two realists from Southern Region Football Association (SRFA) Premier League side Ndirande Icons.

Vice null Time11 February 2016 13:35:25


Malawi champs change name to Nyasa Big Bullets: Chiukepo lauds teammates

04 January 2016 11:11:32 Malawi Nyasa Times – Malawi breaking news in Malawi

Malawi's most prestigious football team, Big Bullets who inked a $900,000 sponsorship deal with the country’s sole cigarette manufacturer Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC), have announced change of name to Nyasa Big Bullets after rolling out of the sponsorship deal from Jnauary 1, the club’s chairman Samuel Chilunga has said. It's Nyasa Big Bullets Nyasa Company-official with-Bullets-faithfuls Top striker Chiukepo Msowoya. Chilunga said the team’s name has since changed from Big Bullets to Nyasa Big Bullets in accordance with the agreement which he described as “a strategic business partnership”. “As per the contract agreement, the partnership officially came into effect on January 1. The funding will be coming in monthly tranches and we expect to get the first tranche this coming week,” said Chilunga. The 1967-founded team will be getting K100 million per season. Nyasa managing director Demo Kalaitzis said : “We saw it wise to partner the biggest football team in the country. We want to use Bullets brand to market our products and we believe it is a viable deal.” He called on Malawians to support Nyasa cigarette brands such as Super King, Super Menthol, 2010 Menthol, 2010 Virginia and Nyasa Fodya. Bullets, defending champions of the country’s TNM Super League back-to-back and who command the biggest fan base in the country, has been without sponsorship for nine years since former president Bakili Muluzi sponsored them for two years. Chiukepo says ‘thank you’ Meanwhile, Bullets FC striker Chiukepo Msowoya has attributed his success at the club to good coordination with teammates. Chiukepo was brought to Malawi’s top league champions while struggling for form due to among other things injury plague. But the burly forward has proved that he has not lost his magic boots which took him to South Africa’s top league giants Orlando Pirates. He inspired Bullets to defend the title by scoring 14 league goals to become joint top-goal scorer alongside Red Lions’ Innocent Bokosi earning himself best striker accolade at his club. “I am grateful to Bullets for playing a critical role in reviving my career. In this vain I would like to thank my fellow players for warmly welcoming me at the club,” he said. “If it wasn’t for their support I would not have managed to achieve what I have achieved just during my debut season at Bullets.” He also attributed his success to divine intervention after a not-so-rosy time while playing professional football especially at Orlando Pirates and Mozambique top league’s Costol do Sol where he was released as a free agent. Former Bullets coach Burundian tactician Nsanzarwimo Ramadhan had confidence in the player and was instrumental in bringing him to the Red Army. He has also been re-established his mark as a prolific national team striker having scored critical goals under the tutelage of coach Ernest Mtawali.

Vice null Time04 January 2016 11:11:32