Speaking after presenting the donation, Managing Director for Sparc Systems Limited Wisely Phiri said they felt oblidged to make the donation having realised the challenges the college had in keeping students projects.
“I was privileged to attend a symposium for the Social Science students last year where I saw the gap. I discovered that there is luck of continuity in students projects. Sometimes Lecturers were not aware that students were doing similar projects due to luck of proper storage system.
The second thing is about exposure of the projects. The students are doing very good projects which can be key towards solving some of the problems facing our society. These projects need to be put online for others to appreciate and the only way to do that is having a good storage system hence our donation,” said Phiri.read more
This year’s Sparc Systems Limited golf tournament at Blantyre Sports Club (BSC) on Saturday left an indelible mark as the competition attracted a field of over 70 golfers as Welkom Phiri and Doreen Kavala enjoyed rare success.
Phiri competing in men’s section registered 39 stableford points to pip his runner-up and BSC golf captain Sam Mwale, third and fourth-placed Alfred Chikale and Edward Kauka who tied on 38 points and were separated through a countback.
“It was a difficult competition and I started badly because I did not make a point on my first hole. I then reorganized myself and I managed to score enough points on my front and back,” said Phiri..read more
Lawn Tennis Association of Malawi has hailed Sparc Systems Limited for spearheading junior tennis revival after bankrolling a national tournament.
The championship was held at Country Club Limbe’s Malawi National Tennis Centre.
A total of 50 players drawn from across the nation competed in under 12, 14 and 16 divisions. At the end of the championship youngsters from Mzuzu dominated the event after scooping five titles out of the available six.read more
Sparc Systems Limited, a local information and communications technology company, have pumped in K1.5 million towards the staging of a two-day national junior tennis tournamentto be held from August 26-27 at Country Club Limbe’s National Tennis Centre in Blantyre.
Sparc Systems managing director Wisely Phiri said they decided to sponsor the event after being impressed by the sponsorship proposal presented by the Lawn Tennis Association of Malawi (Ltam).
“Junior Tennis has the potential to put Malawi on the World map, this is the reason SPARC as a Malawian company decided to support the Junior Tennis Tournament,” he suggested.read more