Synonyms for chikwawa or Related words with chikwawa

karonga              ntcheu              chiradzulu              kasungu              dedza              chitipa              mkushi              rumphi              chipinge              ntchisi              nsanje              kweneng              phalombe              thyolo              machinga              mchinji              bungoma              solwezi              mpika              vihiga              rusape              nkayi              marondera              mbinga              mwenezi              gobabis              kitui              lukulu              mwinilunga              nchelenge              tunduru              mzimba              mbeya              mongu              isoka              iringa              nkhotakota              webuye              moroto              kgatleng              kagera              shinyanga              chimanimani              murang              bikita              akuapim              ibanda              kitale              ruiru              serenje             

Examples of "chikwawa"
Chikwawa is a district in the Southern Region of Malawi. The capital is Chikwawa. The district covers an area of 4,755 km.² and has a population of 356,682.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Chikwawa () is a diocese located in the city of Chikwawa in the Ecclesiastical province of Blantyre in Malawi.
Chikwawa is a town with a population of approximately 12,000 located in the Southern Region of Malawi on the west bank of the Shire River. It is the administrative capital of the Chikwawa District. Chikwawa lies almost 30 miles south of Blantyre, the commercial capital of Malawi.
1994–2000: Felix Eugenio Mkhori, Bishop of Chikwawa
There are six National Assembly constituencies in Chikwawa:
1980–1984: Felix Eugenio Mkhori, Bishop of Chikwawa
In Malawi, the practice of sexual cleansing is largely confined to Chikwawa and Nsanje District.
Majete Game Reserve, the Mwabvi Wildlife Reserve and Lengwe National Park lie in the vicinity of Chikwawa. Large numbers of hippopotamus and crocodiles inhabit the Shire River area.
The districts are Balaka, Blantyre, Chikwawa, Chiradzulu, Chitipa, Dedza, Dowa, Karonga, Kasungu, Likoma, Lilongwe, Machinga, Mangochi, Mchinji, Mulanje, Mwanza, Mzimba, Neno, Nkhata Bay, Nkhotakota, Nsanje, Ntcheu, Ntchisi, Phalombe, Rumphi, Salima, Thyolo, Zomba
Chikwawa was the first town in Malawi to be seen by European explorers when David Livingstone's Zambezi Expedition steamed up the Shire River in 1859. The surrounding region was ravaged by Portuguese slave traders in the nineteenth century.
Although born in Chikwawa in the south of Malawi, he was brought up from a young age in the village of Chabwera in Machinga District. He attended Malosa Secondary School near Zomba.
Kapachira Falls are waterfalls in Malawi. They lie on the lower Shire River, near the town of Chikwawa and Majete Game Reserve. Kapichira Hydroelectric Power Station has been constructed above the falls to provide hydroelectricty.
Beyond Chikwawa, the lower river turns southeast and enters the low-lying Mozambique plain. Its largest and one of its few perennial tributaries, the Ruo River, joins the Shire near the Malawian town of Chiromo. The muddy waters pass though a large stagnant area known as the Elephant Marsh before reaching the confluence with the Zambezi River south of the town of Sena, Mozambique.
The Mang'anja are a Bantu people of central and southern Africa, particularly around Chikwawa in the Shire River valley of southern Malawi. They speak a dialect of the Nyanja language, and are a branch of the Amaravi people. As of 1996 their population was estimated at 2,486,070.
Mwanza has an airstrip with a 1000 meter long runway. It has both primary and secondary schools as well as a hospital. The hospital serves not only the local district, but also the neighbouring districts of Chikwawa and Neno in Malawi and Zobue, Moatize District in Mozambique,
Lengwe National Park is a national park in Malawi located near the town of Chikwawa and about 40 miles southwest of Blantyre. Lengwe's topography is unusual for Malawi and consists of open deciduous forests and dense thickets. It is the home of the reclusive Nyala antelope.
He was one of the founding members of the UDF. After The Muluzi government won the elections, Thomson served as the Minister of Trade and Industry and Minister for Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs. Thomson, who has served UDF for 17 years and stood for parliament in Chikwawa North.
David Chiwanga was a Malawian Member of Parliament who was one of the "Mwanza Four". He was the MP for the Chikwawa District and was thought to be a secret critic of President Kamuzu Banda. He disappeared in 1983 together with three cabinet ministers: Dick Matenje, Aaron Gadama, and Twaibu Sangala. Their deaths were ruled accidental by Kamuzu Banda. In 1995, seven people, including Kamuzu Banda, were brought to trial over the deaths but were acquitted due to lack of evidence.
On February 1, 1963, Banda and his cabinet were sworn in, and the recently released Chipembere was given the post of Minister of Local Government. Shortly afterwards, Banda sent Chipembere, together with Chiume, on a two-month course of study in America, partly, it is thought, to allow the excitement generated by his release to die down, and partly to avoid the risk of further disturbances during the run-up to full independence. This did not stop him for long, however. By June, he was making speeches at Port Herald and Chikwawa inciting more violence against “capricorns” and “stooges”.
The Shire is the largest river in Malawi. The river has been known as the Shiré or Chire River. It is the only outlet of Lake Malawi and flows into the Zambezi River in Mozambique. Its length is . The upper Shire River issues from Lake Malawi and runs approximately 12 miles before it enters shallow Lake Malombe. It then drains Lake Malombe and flows south through Liwonde National Park where large concentrations of hippopotamus are common along its shores. Between the towns of Matope and Chikwawa, the middle river drops approximately 1,300 feet through a series of falls and gorges. Two hydroelectric dams have been built along the Shire northwest of Blantyre.