Mayors Charity Shield organizers targeting K12 million

The organizers of the much anticipated Mayors  Charity Shield dubbed “Keep Blantyre City Clan and Green” says they are targeting to raise about K12 Million.

Tambala:  Tagerting K12 millon

Tambala: Tagerting K12 millon

The money realized will be handed over to Blantyre City Council to help in awareness campaign on keeping the city of Blantyre clean.

Old time Blantyre rival soccer Bullets F.C and Mighty Wanderers will battle it and the winner will cut home K1 Million while the losing side will pocket K500, 000.00.

According to one of the members of the organizing committee who is also Marketing Manager for Football Association of Malawi (FAM) Dan Tambala, said on Wednesday that they have already printing out advanced tickets that are to be on the market by Thursday.

“We are aiming to raise at least K12 Million. We have already printed advanced tickets that will be available at various selling points on Thursday” said Tambala.

He said the organizing committee has put up strict measures to make sure that there will not be fake tickets.

He however hinted that every person will have to pay regardless of his status.

“Those people who will buy advanced tickets will be able to walk freely into the stadium at any time. There will be no complimentary tickets and everyone has to pay even me and the mayor himself” said Tambala.

Meanwhile, those who will watch the game from open stands will have to pay K500.00, K1, 000.00 MBC stand while those watching from the VIP will pay K5, 000.00

The Keep Blantyre City Clean is an initiative of Blantyre City Mayor Noel Chalamanda aimed at raising awareness to keep the city clean

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Bola kusatuluke MAYORGATE KKKKKK


Indeed you deserve to be a mayor

madalitso chilombo chilombo
madalitso chilombo chilombo

vip isakadzaze ndi anthu olowa ulele zimatipweteka

Good fundraiser but the proposed use of the money sounds silly. Awareness raising? Is lack of awareness the real problem? Malawians must be the most primitive people then! I think a better use of the money will be to invest it in refuse collection, recycling of waste, provision of bins in public spaces, and CLEAN public toilets including at markets, shopping malls, football stadia, bus depots etc. People running pay toilets must be made to adhere to strict standards…the quality of the building etc, must be of good standard and they must learn to keep them clean. It is clear… Read more »
Che Msusa

that’s fine


U needed to focus on primary xools and integrate the component of activities that will help cleanliness in BT by these children and their xools. In terms of geo, u can cover wider area. 4 these elders it will be a one time activity and allowances

peter charles machemba

thus good idear bola zisalowe matumba mwawathu


Achewa aku Lilongwe ndi Atumbuka ali ziii ndiye aziti federalism few few few! mukuonatu anzanu kuzitukula okha koma inu mukungodikira kupatsidwa basi ! Fotseki!

Daniel Phiri

Mfana, don’t add northern region to your argument. The last time I checked the northern region water board supplies water 24/7 unlike in Blantyre where you don’t have water. You can’t achieve cleanliness without water.

Zephart Collins

If I were Noxy, I would start with the broken sewers from amwenye who reside in roof-tops of their shops. These. People are polluting every where and they deserve a whip in their buttocks! There are blocked manholes in the main streets of the city caused by their arrogance in relocating to residential areas. This is rainy season and I can smell cholera brooding somewhere in Limbe and Blantyre! We need “ACTION NOW!”


What ever will you will want to do in life, you will need Education to do it. That is the difference between Blantyre and the other Cities. Discuss.


sort out the water problem with Blantyre Water Board first bro

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