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MUBAS Is @ The Top Indeed!

News   Hazviperi Mbizi   December 1, 2021
PIC: MUBAS Football Captain, player and the Vice GS with the football trophy
It is now confirmed that MUBAS is indeed at the top when it comes to sporting activities. This has been witnessed when they emerged the overall winners in the public universities intervarsity games which took place at their backyard on Saturday, November 27, 2021.

The whole affair started on Friday evening when the new sporting association called Public Universities Staff Sports Association of Malawi (PUSSAM) and its logo was launched.

PUSSAM has been formed after the delinking of Kamuzu University of Health Sciences (KUHeS) and Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences (MUBAS) from the University of Malawi (UNIMA) sports body called University of Malawi Staff Sports Association of Malawi (UMSSA)

MUBAS teams were the champions in football, pool and athletics hence acquired 6 Gold medals, UNIMA came second with 3 Gold medals while KUHeS was third placed after also acquiring 3 Gold medals.

Speaking during the colourful launch which was participated by members of staff from universities such as: MUBAS, LUANAR, UNIMA, KUHeS, MUST and sponsors Old Mutual, the guest of honour Associate Professor Nancy Chitera expressed her gratitude to the organisers and all participating teams.

She further encouraged the staff members to continue participating in these games and also pledged support from the people in higher offices in all universities.

The games which were played were football, netball, volleyball, darts, pool and athletics.


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