- Formerly Nyasaland. a republic in SE Africa, on the W and S shores of Lake Malawi: formerly a British protectorate and part of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland; gained independence July 6, 1964; a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. 49,177 sq. mi. (127,368 sq. km). Capital: Lilongwe.
- Lake. Formerly Nyasa. a lake in SE Africa, between Malawi, Tanzania, and Mozambique. About 11,000 sq. mi. (28,500 sq. km).
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Contemporary Examples of malawi
Workers came from all over Africa, including Malawi, Mozambique, and Namibia.Turkey's Tragedy and History's Worst Mining Accidents
May 14, 2014
My family later moved to Nyasaland, now Malawi, and we lived there until I was seven.Richard Dawkins: How I Write
November 27, 2013
We are now at 4.6, going on 4.7 million; Malawi is 15 million.Mary Robinson: Climate Change’s Gender Gap
March 8, 2013
Over the past year, we have seen peaceful transitions of power in Malawi and Senegal, and a new President in Somalia.Full Text of Obama's Speech to the UN -- Update: Video Added
September 25, 2012
The Foundation now has a presence in Ethiopia, Zambia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe too.
Historical Examples of malawi
There is no word for happiness in the Malawi tongue and this disturbs him.The Land of Look Behind
Paul Cameron Brown
- a republic in E central Africa: established as a British protectorate in 1891; became independent in 1964 and a republic, within the Commonwealth, in 1966; lies along the Great Rift Valley, with Lake Nyasa (Malawi) along the E border, the Nyika Plateau in the northwest, and the Shire (or Shiré) Highlands in the southeast. Official language: Chichewa; English and various other Bantu languages are also widely spoken. Religion: Christian majority, Muslim, and animist minorities. Currency: kwacha. Capital: Lilongwe. Pop: 16 777 547 (2013 est). Area: 118 484 sq km (45 747 sq miles)Former name: Nyasaland
- Lake Malawi the Malawi name for (Lake) Nyasa