The Malawi Olympic Committee (MOC) has elected new commissioners for its various commissions with effect from August 29.
The commissioners will serve office for two years.
According to a press statement from MOC administration manager Naomi Chinatu, the national course directors commission has Dr Mark Tembo, George Jana, Jerome Waluza, Eddington Ngâ€™onamo, Mary Kalirani, Isaac Masingati and Ken Mphande.
John Kaputa will continue to head the technical commission which has Griffin Saenda, Chipiliro Kantikana, Hope Chisamanga, Mzee Makawa, Yona Walesi, Getrude Sanjale, Benedicto Tsinde, Augustus Banda and Dennis Kumwenda.
The marketing commission has also retained its chairperson Dean Pinto, who has a team of Elias Chizimba, Richard Kuwali, Wanangwa Thindwa, Khungekile Matiya and Zanga Chimombo.
Former marathon champion Kenneth Dzekedzeke leads the athletes commission that has Andrew Mkwezalamba, Francis Munthali, Rosina Kazembe, Will Kumilambe, Matthews Kambale, Grace Mwafulirwa, Charlton Nyirenda and Maggie Chombo.
The media commission has a number of new faces, among them Nation Publications Limited sports editor Michael Mmeya, Malawi News sports editor Duncan Mlanjira, Chisomo Mwamadi of MBCtv, Sports Writers Association president Peter Kanjere, Krishna Achuthan, James Kamzati and Florence Nthakomwa who join Bernard Ndege and Helene Mpinganjira.
In the sports and environment commission there is Jimmy Kadewere, Tinashe Mbawala, Patrick Lunda, Duncan Gumbi, Horace Chipuwa, Lonjezo Maliro, Patrick Kulemeka and William Nyirenda.
The women and sports commission has Flora Mwandira, Georgina Msowoya, Rosy Chinunda, Sushila Khamisa, Osborne Banda, NPLâ€™s Gomezgani Zakazaka and Ella Banda.
MOC treasurer general Jappie Mhango heads the judiciary commission that has Senior Chief Kaomba, Manuel Theu, Daniel Magwera, Henry Kamata, Richard Nyirongo and Wapona Kita.