Queens Coach Peace Chawinga-Kalua Sues NAM

Immediate-past Malawi Queens coach Peace Chawinga-Kaluwa has sued the Netball Association of Malawi at the Industrial Relations Court of Malawi over her recent removal as the Malawi National netball team coach. His lawyer David Kanyenda has confirmed of the development in an interview with the press. NAM fired Chawinga last month for unknown reasons. Malawi Queens is currently headed by technical director (TD) Sam Kanyenda ahead...

Malawi Queens To Face New Zealand, Uganda In Commonwealth Games

The Malawi National Netball Team have been drawn in Group B at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games which starts in July together with world champions New Zealand. Other teams in the group according to the Commonwealth Games schedule which has just been released are Northern Ireland, Uganda, Trinidad and Tobago. The first game for Malawi will be against Northern Ireland on July 30.

Griffin Saenda Dies

Former Malawi Queens coach Griffin 'Zagallo' Saenda has died this morning at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital in Blantyre. According to his daughter Chipulumutso, Saenda who guided Queens to a historic third-place finish at Fast5 Netball Series in 2017 and won several domestic trophies with Kukoma Diamonds, was admitted to the hospital last week after suffering a minor stroke. The 68-year-old, who hailed from Mwambo village, T/A...

Malawi`s First Lady Looking Good In Queens` Training Kit As She Pays A Surprise Visit To The Team (pictures)

Malawi`s first lady Getrude Muntharika on Friday visited Malawi National Netball Team (The Queens) at Blantyre Youth Centre as the team is in Camp ahead of the Africa Netball Championship to take place in Uganda. During her visit, Madam Muntharika joined the queens in their training session and she presented hampers to all the 23 players that are in camp preparing for the event scheduled...


Opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) President Dr. Lazarus Chakwera has joined well-wishers across the country in urging Malawians to vote for Malawi’s netball giant Mwawi Kumwenda for the International World Games Association (IWGA) 2015 Athlete of the Year Award. Writing on his official Facebook page, Chakwera said Kumwenda deserved the nomination following her excellent performance at the World Netball Championship in New Zealand last year...


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