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MALAWI CHESS MARKER AT ALL AFRICA GAMES
Monday, 02 September 2019 11:36

The Malawi chess squad has left an indelible marker by moving up the ladder from position 14 to 10 at All Africa Games held on August 22-29 in Casablanca, Morocco.

The Chess team comprised Fide Masters (FM) Joseph Mwale and Gerald Mphungu, and Ladies Desiderata Nkhoma and Tupokiwe Msukwa.

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PRESS RELEASE- LAUNCH OF NEW LOGO
Thursday, 29 August 2019 00:00

PRESS RELEASE- LAUNCH OF NEW LOGO


The Chess Association of Malawi (CHESSAM) was formed in 1985 with a mission of promoting the game of chess, in all its forms, as an attractive means of cultural and personal development. CHESSAM is an affiliate to FIDE (World Chess governing body) and the Malawi National Sport Council and recognized association of the Malawi Olympic Committee. CHESSAM bases itself on principles of equal rights and social inclusion.

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CHESSAM is proud to announce change of its Logo as a way of improving its visibility and branding. The new logo is more prominent than the old logo and is simple and more appealing. The logo carries the three Chess pieces the Knight (in Black) which shows the power of the attack and defense and the graceful movements, King (in Red) which indicates the most valuable and important piece in the game requiring protection and the Pawn (in green) reflecting the importance of all pieces in the game even that which is considered the weakest. The three colors depict the Malawi National colors. The Logo
design reflects the game of Chess and its uniqueness. We believe it adequately captures the imagination of the chess enthusiasts.

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AREA 25 CASTLES BANGS SA TRIP
Tuesday, 30 July 2019 11:11

AREA 25 CASTLES BANGS SA TRIP

Club chess favourites Area 25 Castles lived up to their billing as they dismantled three other teams on Sunday, July 28, 2019, at Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe, earning themselves a right to represent the country in Capetown, Southafrica, next week.

The Lilongwe based outfit Castles, clobbered Flying Horses of Mzuzu via a 3.5 to 1.5 point margin in the first game, before battering Mentors by 4-1 scoreline. They completed the rout by whitewashing Sapitwa of Blantyre 5-0.
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Susan Namangale (CHESSAM president ) and Area 25 castles pose for a photo

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CHESS SHATTERS MALAWI SPORT AWARDS
Tuesday, 26 February 2019 11:34

The jam-packed Njobvu auditorium at Bingu International Conference Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe was the metropolis of annual Malawi Sport Awards on Friday evening, February 22, 2019, as chess shattered proceedings by scooping unprecedented five gold medals to emerge the most decorated sporting code for 2019.

 

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Sporting the guest of honour, Grace Obama Chiume, who is the Minister of Sports, and George Jana, the Executive Director of National Council of Sports, including other dignitaries from Lesotho and Namibia, it was vivid that chess razed down the house.

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CROSSROADS HOTEL PARTNERS CHESSAM
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 13:46

Crossroads Management have confirmed support and partnership with Chess Association of Malawi to host the National Chess Tournament scheduled for 21-23 December 2018 in Lilongwe.

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JUNIOR CHESS SQUAD SA BOUND
Tuesday, 18 December 2018 09:15

Malawi Junior Chess Team flies out through Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) on Wednesday December 5,  2018, to compete at the African Schools Individual Chess Championships slated for Limpopo, SouthAfrica. The five players who have made the cut, are set to jostle for honours in different age group categories, namely: Lakshita Dutt (Under 11 Girls), Priyasha Shriyan (Under 13 Girls), Janet Basikolo (Under 15 Girls), Dakshesh Dutt (Under 13 Boys), and Blessings Kamanga (Under 17 Boys)

 


                Malawi Junior Chess Team with Susan Namangale (Fourth from left), CHESSAM president

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