Synonyms for munthali or Related words with munthali

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Examples of "munthali"
Francis Fanello Munthali (born 25 December 1972) is a Malawian former middle-distance runner.
Christopher Munthali (born 2 February 1991) is a Zambian professional footballer who currently plays as a defender for Nkana F.C..
Rumbani Andrew Munthali (born 2 December 1978) is a Canadian former professional soccer player who played as a defender and midfielder.
Munthali was born in Malawi and lived in the United States, and Ghana before returning to the United States. He studied Geography the University of Iowa.
Born in Lusaka, Zambia, Munthali was raised in Canada and played college soccer at the University of Alabama-Birmingham where he was a 2000 Third Team All American.
Malawi was represented by one male athlete at the 2000 Games in athletics – Francis Munthali in the 1500 metres. He competed in the first heat of the first round on 25 September. Munthali finished in last place of the 13 athletes with a time of three minutes and 46.34 seconds, directly behind Croatia's Branko Zorko (three minutes and 46.16 seconds). Only the top six athletes in the heat qualified for the semi-finals, as well as seventh placed Julius Achon of Uganda who qualified as one of the fastest runners up from all the heats. As such, Munthali's Olympic competition ended after that single run.
The Malawian team at the 2000 Games consisted of two athletes, one male and one female. Prior to the games, Malawian long distance runner Francis Munthali participated in the Sydney 2000 Olympic Scholarship programme. A total of 472 participants in the programme went on to compete in the Games. This was the second time that Munthali had competed at the Olympics, having previously competed in the 800 metres at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. Catherine Chikwakwa was 15 years old when she was selected for Malawi at the 2000 Olympics.
In 2006 he and Lynx team mate Rumbani Munthali both signed for Nanchang Bayi in the Jia League to a two-year contract. In December 2008 joined to Edmonton and signed a contract by Edmonton Drillers (CMISL) in the Canadian Major Indoor Soccer League.
The name of the place comes from two words of the people of the Majhi(a fisher tribe of Nepal). It is a combination of two words " Mun "and " Thali ". In which the former one means a local alcoholic dish of Nepal and the later means a place. The word Munthali means a place for eating MUN. It was later named Manthali.
Chitipa North is a constituency for the National Assembly of Malawi, located in the Chitipa District of Malawi's Northern Region. It elects one Member of Parliament by the first past the post system. The constituency is currently represented by People's Party MP James Ted Kabifya Munthali.
In 2001, the Montreal Impact drafted, but did not sign Munthali. The Richmond Kickers then signed him after suffering several injuries to their back line. In 2002, the Kickers loaned Munthali to the Carolina Dynamo. They released him in February 2003. He then played for the Oakville Winstars. In 2004, he was signed by the Toronto Lynx of the USL A-League on April 7, 2004. He made his debut for the club on April 17, 2004 in a match against Puerto Rico Islanders, coming on as a substitute for John Barry Nusum. At the conclusion of the season the organization awarded him the Public Relations Award. He re-signed with Toronto for the 2005 season on March 31, 2005. In 2006, he moved to China to sign with Nanchang Bayi. On March 2, 2010, he transferred to China League One side Shenyang Dongjin.
At just 15 years old Mohamed competed in the 800 metres at the 1992 Summer Olympics held in Barcelona, Spain, he ran in the final heat in round one, where he finished seventh ahead of Francis Munthali from Malawi, but still not fast enough to qualify for the next round. Three years later he competed at the 1995 World Championships in Athletics in Gothenburg, Sweden, he entered the 800 metres, he came last in his heat, so didn't qualify to the next round.
Malawi competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. The country's participation marked its sixth appearance at the Summer Olympics since its debut at the 1972 Games. The delegation included two track and field athletes: Francis Munthali in the men's 1500 metres and Catherine Chikwakwa in the women's 5000 metres. Both athletes participated at the Games through wild card places since they did not meet the required standards to qualify. Neither athletes progressed past their heats.
Competing in the men's 800 metres at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Francis finished eighth in heat eight and failed to qualify for the next round. At the 2000 Summer Olympics, he ran in the men's 1500 metres, finishing last in heat one and setting a new national record with a time of 3:46.34. Munthali also featured in both the 1998 and 2002 Commonwealth Games, covering distances from 1500 metres up to the marathon.
Mwiza Munthali is a Malawian born activist and specialist in Africa and African Diaspora affairs. He is the host of Washington DC based Pacifica radio show (WPFW 89.3FM) "Africa Now!". Africa Now! is a radio show that discusses topical issues pertinent to Africans and the African diaspora in Africa, the Caribbean, and the Americas. He is also the public outreach Director of TransAfrica Forum a policy advocacy organisation. At Trans Africa Forum he maintains communication links with information specialists of various multilateral agencies, U.S. government offices, and African and Caribbean embassies and organizations.
The government response to these protests included preemptive arrests of civil society leaders. Police assaulted MCP spokesperson Nancy Tembo, Joyce Banda's sister Anjimile Oponyo, "The Nation" journalist Kondwani Munthali and the head of the HRCC Undule Mwakasungula. There was a clamp down by police on anyone wearing red clothes which was particularly violent in Mzuzu. Police forces began to disrupt broadcasts by radio stations, and ordered journalists not to report on the protests. Anti-government citizens clashed with security forces in the northern cities of Mzuzu and Karonga and Blantyre.
Malawi Washington Association has organized events featuring Malawian and non-Malawian personalities from diverse political and ethnic backgrounds to speak at special events and MWA events. In 2004, it collaborated with the embassy of Malawi to organize an event for President Bingu wa Mutharika to address the Malawian Diaspora in Malawi. In 2012, MWA also participated in a Malawi embassy event where President Joyce Banda addressed the Malawian community. Other notable guests have included Malawian Minister of Tourism and Finance Ken Lipenga, radio personality Mwiza Munthali, actor Michael Usi, amongst others.
Later in October, the ACB continued to make arrests. Chazika Munthali, the principal accountant in the Office of President and Cabinet, was charged with approving three vouchers totaling MK 1 billion (~US$2.3 million) to International Procurement Services, a company belonging to one Osward Lutepo, a senior official in the ruling People's Party and Deputy Director of Recruitment and Sensitisation, who eventually became the prime Cashgate suspect. The high-profile arrests continued continued through October and November, with two other suspects arrested over payments received despite no services provided. By November, more than 50 people had been arrested in connection with the scandal, and on 8 November, the former Justice Minister Ralph Kasambara was arrested for allegedly masterminding the shooting of Paul Mphwiyo. Kasambara would be rearrested on 27 January 2014, for money laundering charges, which he has denied.
The Malawi National Olympic Committee (NOC) selected three athletes via wildcards. Usually, an NOC would be able to enter up to three qualified athletes in each individual event as long as each athlete met the "A" standard, or one athlete per event if they met the "B" standard. However, since Malawi had no athletes that met either standard, they were allowed to select two athletes, one of each gender, as wildcards. The three athletes that were selected to compete in the London Games were Mike Tebulo in the men's marathon, Ambwene Simukonda in the women's 400 metres and Joyce Tafatatha in the women's 50 metres freestyle. Swimmer Charlton Nyirenda withdrew after being unable to meet the International Olympic Committee preconditions for qualifying for the Olympic Games on solidarity. Tebulo was the flag bearer for both the opening and closing ceremonies. In the run up to the Games, the Malawian team were based at the University of Gloucestershire, and trained in the town of Cheltenham. The team was coached by Francis Munthali, John Kayange and Yona Walesi. Malawi was represented by the country's NOC treasurer Jappie Mhango and Chef De Mission Flora Mwandira.
One Microfinance program, run by Empowering the Poor in Development(EPID) - Kenya partnered with the United States-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit, The Walking with Africans Foundation (WAF) focuses on organizing and providing initial funding to Rotating Savings and Credit Association (ROSCA) groups. EPID and WAF jointly oversee 5 ROSCA groups totaling 120 members in the greater Kibwezi area. The program provides initial loans without collateral, allowing members of peer groups the opportunity to co-guarantee repayment of loans and assume management of the revolving fund. The small interest collected from loans is reinvested into lending to more participants. To qualify and remain in the program, participants must meet strict monitoring criteria and pay back the original loans through small weekly repayments and contributions to joint savings. Qualified participants who own small businesses or who seek to establish small business enterprises are extended loans on a short-term repayment cycle (3 to 6 months). WAF was founded by James Munthali, a retired economist with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and other members of Burke Presbyterian Church in the suburbs of Washington D.C., United States of America.