Malawian Airlines boost Flames Cosafa media coverage

Apart from watching the ongoing Cosafa Cup Competition currently underway in the Rainbow Nation of South Africa, Malawians will have a privilege of getting first hand information from someone on the ground as Malawian Airlines has donated a return air ticket worth K300, 000.00 to FAM’s Competitions Manager and Media officer Gomezgani Zakazaka.

Zakazaka (left) receiving the donation

Zakazaka (left) receiving the donation

This is the first time ever for the Flames to travel with a media personnel who according to Football Association of Malawi (FAM) will be responsible for updating all FAM media channels and updating the local media on Flames exploits throughout the Flames campaign.

The donation was made at the FAM offices at Chiwembe Technical Centre in Blantyre on Wednesday.

Malawian Airways Traffic and Sales Manager Rodwell Magwaya said they decided to sponsor the ticket to ensure the Flames get full coverage of the tournament.

“We are a national carrier and we want other national carriers like the Flames to be given full support and getting wide coverage is one of them. We felt it is proper that a team like the Flames should always be accompanied by media personnel,” said Magwaya.

“Malawians should be getting firsthand information from someone on the ground,” he added.

FAM Finance and Administration Manager Chris Mdolo thanked Malawian Airlines for the gesture saying it will help fans follow the Flames thoroughly.

He said as an association it has always been a wish to always have a media officer accompanying the team so that people back home are updated on events as they unfurl away.

“It becomes a challenge in most cases to get results or facts about the Flames trip due to lack of media personnel on the ground. We thank Malawian Airlines for the gesture and we believe this will turn into a long term relationship,” said Mdolo.

Zakazaka will be writing for FAM’s official website; www.fam.mw, FAM Facebook page and twitter account @FaMalawi.

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5 thoughts on “Malawian Airlines boost Flames Cosafa media coverage”

  1. Godfrey says:

    timayenda ngat mbalame zakunyanja..mulungu odalitsa adalitse malawi…

  2. kasiya says:

    Ithóught thy ve given extra bonus to de prayrs kodi lyeyo akasewera ndiye kapena ena komaso u young chimozi ndi mzakoyo don’t give rame excuse mozambique si germany yoda khawa mkangoluza don’t wait for makape achina nyamirandu kukuwuza kuti samaya ayi jst go direct ku ll kwanu mzikakochana ndi civo tatopa kwabasi ndi cosafa yomwe kutilephera eish usatilankhulitse mambiri ndikukanika kwako lne mwana waku mizi kwa jenda uko chamba takana wapulika kwali

  3. ujeni says:

    Za zill he is an insider, if you had said a reporter from Nyasa Times or other print media reporters it would make sense. This doesn’t make any sense at all, kodi anthu anzenu mumakampany umu anatha ?

  4. Chintebwe says:

    Many thanks to airmalawi

  5. Che Peter says:

    Not wealthy news at all… Za ziiiii!!! what is 750 USD going to achieve? Mpaka titseguke nazo mmimba apa. As if a Flames anuwo aakachita zakupsa apumbwaa inuuu

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