Interesting Malawi Facts You Should Know

Malawi Facts

Malawi formerly known as Nyasaland is one of the unique places of Southern Africa. The country is also called the warm heart of Africa and it inhabited the Nyanja people. The Lake Malawi is a wonderful fresh water lake and it ranks top among the world’s fresh water diving destinations. The plateaus, hills, mountains and rivers of Malawi are magnificent and provide a very attractive and breathtaking landscape. This article enlightens us about the amazing and interesting Malawi facts and how it is highly fruitful and beneficial to the readers.

Basic Malawi Facts You Should Know

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Malawi Facts: – Government of Malawi

The government of Malawi is a democratic and multi-party government. It is presently under the leadership of Joyce Banda. The election for the president takes place every five years and the vice president is selected by the president. The members of the cabinet are appointed by the president and they can either be inside or outside the legislature. It derives its authorization from the Constitution of Malawi and provides high assistance and advice to the president as well as to the cabinet members. The Government of the Republic of Malawi has three ministries under three categories. They are the General Administration Ministry, Economic Services Ministry and Social and Community Services Ministry. It has an anti-corruption bureau to bring about a corrupt-free Malawi and thereby promotes good governance by way of the corruption destruction programs for the social as well as economic development of Malawi.

Malawi Facts: Economy and Agriculture

The Malawi facts about the economy are that it is one of the most-densely populated countries in the world and the least-developed country as well. The majority of the population lives in the rural areas. The Malawi is an agriculture-based country and more than 90% of the company’s revenue is from agriculture. The main agricultural products are tobacco, cotton, tea, sugarcane, cattle and sorghum. Tobacco, sugar and tea processing, cement, sawmill and consumer goods are the main industries of the country. At 2009, the industrial production of the country is estimated at 10% when compared to the agricultural production.

Malawi Facts: Population

The population of Malawi is over 15 million and it is expected to grow over 45 million by 2050. The military has 25,000 men approximately and it is called the Malawian Defense Force. It consists of the army, navy and air force elements. The Malawian dances are a strong part of its culture and the soccer and the Basketball are the most common sports of Malawi.

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Malawi Facts: Beauty of Malawi

The beauty of Malawi is astonishing with the enormous Rift Valley traversing the country from North to South. The Lake Malawi lies in this deep channel and it is also known as the paradise for the holiday makers because of the freshness of the water and the splendid diving destinations on the lake. The National Parks and the Forest and Wildlife reserves provide outstanding game watching and unforgettable bird seeing experience. The climate of Malawi is usually subtropical and provides an excellent opportunity to experience the fascinating country. The best known Malawi facts are that the land is well renowned for its friendly welcoming by the people and their lively and vibrant hospitality. The mount Mulaje is the most spectacular and striking views of the country and it is known as the island in the sky. See Also:

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  • Mafirakureva

    Cruel Indeed Mugabe is an animal.

  • Chris Mberi

    This guy simply doesn’t find licking boots a healthy snack, Its who he is

  • heya ndimi

    good man..doesnt hv an iota of giving a f*ck to these whiteys


    Not a good advert for education. man should be advanced by it, not divided and impoverished.

  • TestSA

    In my opinion Zimbabweans should be allowed to go their own route. There are many thing sin which they excel, even if they are being excluded everywhere.

    He has a very very very harsh view of Europeans – but lets give Zim an opportunity to either fail or work out great

  • jones

    the dude got no balls in real life he is balls-less

  • Zimbabwe Peoples Choice Patrio


  • johnboys

    he is correct abt the white guys and their superiority complex i hv seen with my two eyes

  • Chiwoo

    He is a principled cadre. Whites are leopards in sheep skin

  • Bob_player

    Not a fan, but at least he studied, unlike our JZ!!!

  • Chadyiva Chaora

    Mugabe is a Zimbabwean by both birth and origin.He will never be a American,a British or etc.
    Push them out the true son of Africa,Don’t take hid they will never teach you good for they had never been good

  • Wellington Nhando

    Well i believe a lot can be learnt from zim… this man has stood up for his beliefs .. things were tough but they are getting better

  • Gari

    While I protest impropriety fostered and foisted by elitism, cronysm etc…there is a great lesson here on what “an enabling environment” can achieve given the right policy framework. Pragmatism beats nationalism any day and nationalism is far better than elitism, cronysm, regionalism the list goes on. The call is that being pragmatic saves the day and assures the future!!!

  • Mahlalela Abel

    U are the best Mugabe, those blacks/African hate u, are bend to take Africa back Europeans! It was disgusting what happened in Zambia: White man becoming an acting President?

  • fuq white people

    mugabe wont tolerete all other whites because of what they did even if he dies today i will be his fan coz i have had a taste of a white man’s ruthlessness fuck white people and those down with then fuck gearge bush tony blair fuq even the queen we dont need your knight cross she aint the ruler of zimbabwe leave us alone fags

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  • mpumz

    Live long our President

  • Bob_player

    Wow!! having read some of the comments, whites are called racist??