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Multichoice Donates Tv Sports Broadcasting Equipments To MBC

Multichoice Donates Tv Sports Broadcasting Equipments To MBC

News
MultiChoice through SuperSport has donated television sports production equipment to Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC). MBC Director General, George Kasakula, received the equipment on behalf of the corporation at Chichiri Broadcasting House in Blantyre. In his remarks, Kasakula lauded the cordial relationship between the two companies and thanked MultiChoice for the timely donation. Kasakula further said the equipment will go a long way in helping MBC to expand its sports coverage and meet the requirements of its audience. On her part, Corporate Affairs Manager for Multichoice Malawi, Zena Makunje, said her company recognises the importance of working together with local content creators as a way of improving the local creative industry hence the donation. On several o...
MBC DATES INDUSTRY CAPTAINS ON MBC 2 ON THE GO

MBC DATES INDUSTRY CAPTAINS ON MBC 2 ON THE GO

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Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) management is engaging the corporate world and its partners so that they can fully utilise MBC 2 On The Go by advertising their products and services. Speaking during a cocktail at Mount Soche Hotel in Blantyre organized to interact with potential advertisers, the Director General of MBC, George Kasakula, assured the gathering to advertise on MBC TV 2 which has no interruptions. Kasakula added that MBC TV 2 comes with different packages including sports to entertain the viewers. One of MBC's advertisers, Enerst Kaonga, who is the Managing Director of Maranatha Private Schools, welcomes the development saying he had issues with the previous arrangement as his institution's infomercials kept on being shifted because of the special functions.
MBC To Launch MBC TV2

MBC To Launch MBC TV2

Entertainment
Malawi Broadcasting Cooperation will this year launch the MBC TV 2. While disclosing that all is set for the launch of the station, MBC Director General George Kasakula says the new channel will provide unstoppable entertainment and a platform for young people. MBC Board Chairperson Vasco Kachipapa has described the coming of MBC TV2 as a milestone in Malawi’s media industry.
Emmanuel Thuwala Suspended, Kumtambira Demoted At MBC

Emmanuel Thuwala Suspended, Kumtambira Demoted At MBC

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MBC DG George Kasakula who is well known for bullying his subordinates at Times and firing them at will, is at it again, now even with more power and without mercy. Kasakula ordered the suspension of Acting Controller of Programs (TV) Emmanuel Thuwala for alleged insubordination. According to some MBC sources, Thuwala, who replaced Steven Maseya on the position in an acting capacity, stepped on the toes of Kasakula after he sent Saul Rashid and Stanley Kadzuwa to Neno where President Lazarus Chakwera was launching the National Youth Service, last week Tuesday. This got Kasakula infuriated because the two are on the list of some blacklisted "cadets" who are not supposed to cover Presidential functions. Thuwala has been sent on suspension pending disciplinary hearing. Apart f...
MBC To Cover Live All Flames Matches In Afcon Qualifiers

MBC To Cover Live All Flames Matches In Afcon Qualifiers

Sports
The Malawi Broadcasting Corporation MBC has assured Malawians that it will cover live all the remaining Flames matches in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers. MBC’s Director-General, George Kasakula, said the public broadcaster acquired the 2023 AFCON qualifiers' rights last year. “I can assure all Malawians that they will be watching the Flames wherever they go including the one they will play against Guinea this coming Thursday. Last year’s AFCON finals package that we secured included rights for the 2023 qualifiers and our partners have assured us that they will give us feed starting this Thursday,” said Kasakula. He has however asked the corporate world to take advantage of the opportunity and advertise their products during the matches. “The fact that we can show th...