Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has suspended all TNM Super League matches until further notice due to post elections violence.
The league runners, initially released five fixtures Tuesday, including the Capital City derby between giants Silver Strikers and Civil Sporting Club set for Saturday at Silver Stadium.
Masters Security were expected to travel to the Northern Region to play Savenda Chitipa United and Karonga United at Karonga Stadium.
Dwangwa were handed two away fixtures against Southern Region outfits Be Forward Wanderers and Mtopwa FC at Kamuzu Stadium.
But yesterday Sulom general secretary Williams Banda said they had suspended all Super League matches due to security reasons.
On Tuesday this week, there were running battles between the police and opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) supporters in Lilongwe following the May 21 presidential election results which saw President Peter Mutharika getting a fresh mandate.
“This serves to advise that all games have been rescheduled due to security alert. We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience this might cause.
“We are still observing the developments and getting security updates. It all depends on how the situation is. We are talking to stakeholders for direction,” he said.
Two weeks ago, Sulom postponed the match between Kamuzu Barracks and Mzuni FC on match day.
The Mzuzu-based outfit has since asked for a refund and full points after travelling from their base to Lilongwe, only to be told that the match was called off during a pre-match meeting.
This happened despite the two teams earlier having pleaded with the league runners to reschedule the match, but to no avail.