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Bullets, Wanderers rivalry augurs well for Malawi football

Lilongwe, July 28, Mana: Dressed in a white maternity gown that shows an advanced ‘pregnancy’, the fan walks slowly along the terraces, casting his eyes here and there, a cell phone glued to his ear. The football fanatic stops occasionally to make a gesture as he speaks on the phone, relishing the fact that the crowd is staring at him in total disbelief, wondering how he could have gotten ‘pregnant’. But the ‘pregnant’ man, smiling broadly, keeps on walking, apparently oblivious of the stares from the terraces. There is a cheer from spectators now and again, and he acknowledges by waving his hand. Biologically, it is unthinkable that a male human being can become pregnant. But when it comes to a contest between Big Bullets and Mighty Wanderers Football Clubs, such a sight is possible.   The ‘pregnant’ man was one of the numerous spectacles that spiced up last Saturday’s Carlsberg Cup Semi-Final match between the two Blantyre-based clubs which Bullets won 1-0. The match, played in Lilongwe at the 25,000-seat CIVO Stadium, saw the sports facility being filled to capacity. The attendance gave the impression the Malawi national team was playing, and not local clubs. That the match attracted a mammoth crowd is not surprising, given the large number of supporters that Bullets and Wanderers command nationwide, not to mention their age-long rivalry for supremacy. While the clubs’ standard of football seems to have declined, their friendly rivalry has continued to grow. This makes the atmosphere at every Bullets-Wanderers match venue to be pregnant with anxiety. The semi-final match may have been moved to Lilongwe, yet this did not deter fans from traveling in their thousands from the country’s commercial hub to the capital city to be witness to a rare duel. “Without a doubt, these two clubs’ rivalry does spice up Malawi football,” one male fan in his 30s remarked as a fan in a witchdoctor’s regalia walked past, an earthen pot on his head emitting smoke. The Salima-based fan said he supported neither Bullets nor Wanderers, “but their matches provide a lot of thrill and I seldom miss them. There would be a big void in Malawi football without these clubs.” The two clubs’ rivalry dates back to the late 1960s when Yasin Osman, one of the best footballers Malawi has ever had, quit Wanderers to join the then Bata Bullets, formerly known as Blantyre City FC. A former Malawi international, Osman started playing football at the age of 14, and was the country’s first player to be sold when he transferred to Bata Bullets from Wanderers between 1969 and 1970. He was sold for 100 British Pounds, which at that time was a huge sum. Osman’s decision to join Bata Bullets sparked divisions within his foot balling family as some of his brothers decided to follow suit.  Osman, who had five brothers including Aladin who were also prominent footballers, said that at that time, Wanderers had too many reserve players who later broke away to form Blantyre City FC in 1967. Blantyre City was later to be renamed Bata Bullets after the club secured sponsorship from Bata Shoe Company. The Portuguese Association sponsored Wanderers at the time, according to Osman.  “Around 1969 and 1970, Bata Bullets started buying players in a bid to strengthen the club,” Yasin, 64, told the Malawi News Agency. “I joined Bata for 100 Pounds and was the first local player to be sold.” Thus following the departure of Osman, who played as a centre forward and was nicknamed ‘Njinga’ by his adoring fans because of his speed, the rivalry between Bata Bullets and Wanderers started. Asked what he thought of the seemingly endless Bullets-Wanderers’ rivalry, Osman agreed with those who say it is good for the country’s football, as long as it is not translated into hooliganism. “In almost every country, you have this type of rivalry between big clubs,” he said in a phone interview, citing the Manchester United-Liverpool, and Real Madrid-Barcelona rivalries in Europe as examples. Osman, who stopped playing football in 1977, said: “It [the Bullets-Wanderers rivalry] should never end. It keeps players on their toes all the time, provided fans do not resort to hooliganism. ” Local football expert and former Minister of Youth and Sport, Moses Dossi also spoke positively about the Bullets-Wanderers rivalry. He said the rivalry had become a tradition that would go on for years. Dossi, echoing Osman’s remarks, also likened the clubs’ rivalry to that of Manchester and Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid, and Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelode Sundowns in South Africa. He said what was interesting about the Bullets-Wanderers rivalry was that their matches more often than not draw large crowds, as “evidenced by the K14.2 million realized from the match on Saturday.” Dossi said: “These two teams will always be a marvel to watch. The rivalry will be there for centuries to come.” The sight of the ‘pregnant’ man and ‘witchdoctor’ brought feelings of nostalgia for the Kinna Phiri and Jack Chamangwana era when the two clubs’ faithful would try to outdo each other with banter. For instance, there was one Bullets’ staunch fan, Raphael Nasimba, who would dress like a Nigerian and go to where his fellow BB supporters were to whip up their feelings, to the amusement of the crowd. And then there was the flamboyant Wanderers Manager, the late Dumbo Lemani who had no rival when it came to psychological war as he had no shortage of words ahead of any match involving his club. On one occasion when Bullets and Wanderers were preparing for a crucial match, Lemani warned in a newspaper interview that their rivals would cease to exist as his team had acquired Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM) which would be unleashed on the day of the match.   “Without this rivalry, football would be dead in Malawi,” one female Wanderers’ fan who asked not to be named said. “Whether one likes it or not, the two clubs set the pace and others follow.” And as the Bullets-Wanderers’ rivalry continues with no sign of abating, the football fraternity should expect to see more bizarre things from the clubs’ creative diehards each time the two teams meet.


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Nkhata Bay Mec office robbed of computer containing 2014 tripartite elections information

Nkhata Bay, July 29, Mana: Unidentified people on Saturday broke into Malawi Electoral Commission (Mec) Nkhata Bay office stealing a computer set which contained the entire district’s data of the just ended tripartite elections. Confirming the development, Nkhata Bay Police publicist Sergeant Martin Bwanali said the incident happened in broad daylight on Saturday. The office is situated in the same yard with the rest of the District Council offices and a stone’s throw from the police station.
According to Bwanali, the suspected robbers broke into the office through a rear window just when one Mec’s officer had just gone out for lunch. “For a greater part of the fateful day, a Mec staff was working in the office until around 3 o’clock in the afternoon when he went out for lunch,” Bwanali said. He said the Mec officer properly locked the office, but upon returning, the officer had a rude awakening to discover that the office had been broken into. “The officer discovered that a computer set which had information about the just ended tripartite elections had been made away with in the process,” he said. The police publicist, however, noted that it is premature to determine whether the crime was ordinary or there was more to it.
We have not arrested anyone in connection with the robbery, but what I can confirm now is that of late the district has suffered a spate of burglaries, and the Mec office incident is the latest of such scenarios. The robbery happened barely two weeks after a Mec warehouse was controversially gutted by fire in Lilongwe.


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Minister urges tourists to sample out Malawi’s beauty

Lilongwe, July 27: Minister of Information, Tourism, Culture and Civic Education, Kondwani Nankhumwa, urged international tourists to visit Malawi and enjoy maximum pleasure provided by the country’s tourism sector. The Minister made the plea on Sunday evening at Sunbird Capital Hotel in Lilongwe when he presided over debriefing organised by Ministry of Information, Tourism, Culture and Civic Education in collaboration with the South African press. He said Malawi offers a wide range of captivating scenery to tourists such as Mulanje Mountatin, Lake Malawi and other wildlife and game reserves. “We have a wide range of tourism attraction centres including Mulanje Mountain, Lake Malawi and national parks. “These tourism attraction centres would provide international tourists with maximum pleasure,” Nankhumwa said.   He further observed that the ministry has a daunting task to market the country’s tourism centres at international market, saying many countries have embarked on promoting tourism as mainstay of their respective economies hence Malawi needs to tirelessly emulate them for socio-economic development of the country. “There is need for the country to do more in order to break the international market and the ministry should start marketing tourism sector massively. “Once we embark on marketing the sector internationally, there is likelihood that the country’s economy would benefit from that,” he explained. Secretary for Tourism and Culture in the Ministry of Information, Tourism, Culture and Civic Education, Elsie Tembo, said the debriefing gave a platform for Malawians to network with South African counterparts in the tourism sector and see how best the country could benefit from their visit. “The platform has given us as a country a chance to interact and network with our fellow counterparts from South Africa to learn more about how South Africa marketed its tourism sector,” Tembo said. Team leader for South African journalists, Brendan Seery, expressed satisfaction after visiting different tourism centres in the country, saying Malawi has an opportunity to break the international market in the sector. He said their visit would create a chance for Malawi to be marketed by the team. “Malawi stands a chance to break the international market in the tourism sector as Namibia and Botswana have done. We will try to market the country in order to attract more international tourists,” Seery, an Editor for South Africa’s Star Travel newspaper, explained.


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MACRA commissions K200 million Frequency Monitoring Management Equipment

Blantyre, July 27: The Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) says it will continue to broaden its monitoring infrastructure in order to closely monitor the fast growing Information Communication Technology (ICT) industry. MACRA’s Director General, Charles Nsaliwa said this in Balaka District on Saturday during the commissioning of its fifth Frequency Monitoring Management (FMM) equipment which has been constructed at the tune of K200 million. Nsaliwa said the equipment will help the regulatory body to monitor the use of radio frequencies in Malawi in order to ensure that the terms and conditions of licenses and regulations are being complied with by broadcasting and telecommunications service providers. “The Communications Act mandates MACRA to regulate access to and use of radio frequencies in Malawi so as to ensure the most efficient use of the radio frequency spectrum and to protect users of radio frequencies from interference and illegal usage in accordance with the National ICT Policy and recommendations of the International Telecommunications Union and other international agreements entered into by the Republic of Malawi. “As the ICT sector in Malawi continues to develop, there will be more and more service providers using the spectrum. This means that there is also a need to broaden MACRA’s monitoring infrastructure. “Presently MACRA monitors broadcasting stations and telecommunication services using its monitoring sites in Lilongwe, Mzuzu, Ndirande and MACRA’s head office in Blantyre and the Balaka site being commissioned today is the latest addition to this list,” said Nsaliwa. Nsaliwa said currently, MACRA cannot manage to monitor the rest of Malawi saying the regulatory body depends on the mobile monitoring van to conduct routine monitoring of the spectrum in areas beyond the reach of the monitoring fixed sites. He said MACRA will continue to invest in monitoring infrastructure noting that if left unattended it can be a threat to the country and in the process making the spectrum to be scarce in the country due to congestion which can be caused by illegal operators. “Let me tell you that on the global level, Malawi is the best spectrum manager and in Africa we are on position five. We shall also upgrade our old FMM equipment in order to make our job of monitoring simpler but let me say here that it will not be done fast since it is expensive,” added Nsaliwa. Director for Telecommunications at MACRA, Lloyd Momba said the new machine can monitor from a distance of 60 to 80 kilometers adding the equipment will monitor any person who is using the spectrum at that time and shall be able to detect any illegal operator. “You remember in the past we have been arresting people for operating radios without license like the case of Gabriel Kondesi in Mulanje, this is the type of machine we use to trace those illegal operators. “If the spectrum cannot be used properly even planes can fail to land or take off at the Airport since there can be interferences which can make authorities fail to communicate properly,” said Momba. In October, 2009, police arrested Gabriel Kondesi (21) for operating a radio station without a license. Sympathizers, however, came in to his rescue and got him out of jail and he then was enrolled at the Kaphuka private school after he was given a scholarship to continue with his studies. The FMM equipment has been constructed by TCI International Inc and according to its Field Service Engineer, Motlhaleemang Moalosi, the equipment will go a long way in ensuring that no illegal operator in the communication sector is interfering with the country’s spectrum. Moalosi said many countries have already acquired the modern equipment citing countries like Botswana, Uganda, Tunisia, Ghana, Zambia, Ethiopia and Nigeria among others.


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Raise girls’ marrying age, pleads UNFPA

Lilongwe, July 16:  United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Acting Resident Representative, Dr Rogaia Abdelrahim, on Wednesday pleaded with Malawi’s policy makers to raise girls’ marriage age. Dr. Abdelrahim, speaking in Lilongwe during World Population Day, said one of the commitments at the London Family Planning Summit that Malawi had yet to meet was reviewing marriage age for girls. She said she was speaking for many young people “when I plead with policy makers to pass and enforce the national law that raises the age of marriage to 18.” Dr Abdelrahim told the gathering at the Crossroads Hotel which included Finance, Economic Planning and Development Minister Goodall Gondwe, who was the guest of honour: “In 2009, young people launched ‘STOP EARLY marriages’ campaign and they have been raising their voices in many forums about this, but are still waiting for results. “Underlying all this is the understanding that the dignity and human rights of adolescent girls must be respected, protected and fulfilled.” Early marriage is the custom or practice of giving children below the age of 18 years in marriage. It is a violation of human rights, especially the development of girls as it often results in early pregnancy and social isolation, says a Malawi Girl Guides Association (MAGGA) brochure, STOP EARLY MARRIAGES. Young married girls, says the association, are exposed to heavy domestic chores. While boys are also affected by early marriages, it is a practice that affects a significantly larger number of girls.
Marrying girls off early leaves them with little education and poor vocational training. In the long run, the practice contributes to large levels of poverty affecting women. Dr Abdelrahim in her speech made a passionate plea for a speedy re-examination of the Marriage, Divorce and Family Relations Bill which she said would put the age of marriage at 18. “Scores of girls are coerced into unwanted sex or marriage, increasing the risks of unwanted pregnancies, unsafe abortions and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV as well as death or disability due to childbirth. It is our role to protect them,” she said. She said many teenagers in the country were becoming mothers and fathers, adding that it affects their ability to reach their full potential and “they are condemned to lifelong poverty.” “An estimated 45 per cent of young women get married before the age of 19 years, indicating the scale of the early marriage challenge that the country faces,” Dr Abdelrahim said.   “Forty six per cent of all new HIV infections in Malawi occur among young people, with young women three times more likely to be HIV positive than young men their age.” Article 1 of the Convention on the Right of the Child says any person below the age of 18 is a child and that marriage before this age robs children of their childhood. Article 12 of the Convention says every child has the right to express his or her views freely in matters affecting the child, according to the age and maturity of the child. The same Article goes on to say forced or arranged early marriage robs the child of his or her freedom of expression, and even in situations where the child consents to marriage, Article 3 requires that in all actions concerning children, the best interests of the child should be a primary consideration. Article 24 guarantees every child the right to health, access health services and to be protected from harmful cultural practices. Section 22 of the country’s Constitution prohibits forced marriages. The section permits marriages for children aged between 15 and 18 years only upon the consent of parents and guardians. It also discourages marriages where one of the parties is less than 15 years old. It is a criminal offence under the Penal code to abduct a girl of any age against her will with the intention of marrying or having sexual intercourse. It is also a criminal offence to take a girl under the age of 16 away from her parents or guardians without their consent. And under the Marriage Act, a law that governs marriage for people who choose not to marry under customary law, you have to be 21 years old to get married, and if you are under 21, consent must be obtained from parents or guardians. Dr Abdelrahim said special focus should be made on adolescent girls to reduce their vulnerability and prevent them from early and child marriages, gender-based violence and dropping out of school. “Today, UNFPA and indeed the UN calls on the government, the international community and all stakeholders involved to take measures that enable young people to make responsible life choices and to provide the necessary support for them in cases when their rights are threatened,” she said. She said governments and the international community were increasingly conscious of the importance of providing resources and opportunities for all young people to reach their full potential as individuals and citizens. “Today’s 1.8 billion young people in the world are a powerful force, individually and collectively. They are shaping social and economic realities, challenging norms and values and building the foundation of the world’s future,” Dr Abdelrahim said. The Malawi theme for this year’s World Population Day is ‘Investing in young people: key to development’ and aims at ensuring that government recommits its efforts to promoting young people’s aspirations and to place the youth at the heart of national development endevours.


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Bullets, Wanderers rivalry augurs well for Malawi football

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MACRA commissions K200 million Frequency Monitoring Management Equipment

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Parliament Henry Chimunthu Banda invoke the anti-defection law.

 

Kandodo who is also Malawi’s Defence Minister is among former ruling Democratic Progressive

Party (DPP) MPs who ditched their party following death of President Bingu wa Mutharika and

announced their allegiance to President Joyce Banda and her now ruling People’s Party (PP).

 

Speaker Chimunthu Banda is yet to act on a petition by DPP to have seats of all its former MPs

who are now on government side declared vacant for allegedly crossing the floor.

 

However, Kandodo told a development rally at Lisasadzi in the district that he is confident of retaining his Kasungu Central seat in a by-election in the event that it is declared vacant.

 

“Even if elections are held today or next week, I’ll still go back to parliament. As an MP I’m still

enjoying support from the constituency and the general public,” he declared.

 

Quizzed if by declaring allegiance to PP-led government means he has effectively joined

the party Kandodo insisted that he is an independent member of parliament but supporting government.

 

 

 

He was on the other hand non-committal on possibilities of joining the party in future or running on its ticket in 2014 general elections only saying “politics is dynamic, you never know what will

 

happen tomorrow.” He said the nation will be advised when time comes.

 

 

 

“I am an independent MP but supporting government, that is my official status in parliament

 

now,” he clarified.

 

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Lilongwe, July 28, Mana: Dressed in a white maternity gown that shows an advanced ‘pregnancy’, the fan walks slowly along the terraces, casting his eyes here and there, a cell phone glued to his ear. The football fanatic stops occasionally to make a gesture as he speaks on the phone, relishing the ...

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