Aquatic Union of Malawi (AUM) and Lawn Tennis Association of Malawi (LTAM) are this month expected to hold their elective general assemblies.
AUM president Dean Pinto and LTAM general secretary Chris Kachale both confirmed the development.
According to Pinto, AUM election for new executive board will take place during an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) on November 13 at Annies Lodge in Blantyre as per the adopted amendments to their constitution.
Some of the amendments include composition of the board and formation of regional structures.
“All members of AUM should attend this event because it is after this EGM that dates for the Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be announced,” Pinto said.
On the other hand, Kachale said LTAM’s elections will be conducted during an AGM at the Malawi National Council of Sports’ (MNCS) board room in Blantyre on November 28.
While AUM executive board’s tenure expires after four years, the LTAM committee is mandated to stay in office for two years.
“Before our elections, we will also hold a constitutional amendment meeting to see whether we can extend the executive committee’s tenure to four years as is the case with other associations,” Kachale said.n