Synonyms for nsanje or Related words with nsanje

ntchisi              chitipa              karonga              chikwawa              dedza              masindi              pujehun              mbinga              mpika              chiradzulu              rumphi              mzimba              mchinji              kasungu              ntcheu              mpulungu              kotido              tonkolili              machinga              songea              mkushi              thyolo              nchelenge              serenje              musoma              adjumani              nebbi              kaberamaido              ludewa              phalombe              kweneng              magharibi              mpanda              kilosa              sumbawanga              isoka              siavonga              chipinge              lukulu              moyamba              iringa              moroto              mtwara              mzuzu              mbeya              nkhotakota              koinadugu              kigoma              murang              mongu             

Examples of "nsanje"
Nsanje Airport is an airport serving the town of Nsanje, Republic of Malawi. The airport is within the town limits.
Nsanje (formerly Port Herald) is the main town in Nsanje District within the Southern Region of Malawi.
Nsanje is a district in the Southern Region of Malawi. The capital is Nsanje. The district covers an area of and has a population of 194,924.
The main highway between Nsanje and Blantyre runs through Bangula.
There are five National Assembly constituencies in Nsanje:
Nsanje district has a lot of livestock; cattle, goats, sheep, domesticated birds. Most of the rich people in Nsanje they accumulated their wealth through livestock farming. Major buyer of cattle in the Nsanje District is Sidik Mia. Fishing is another economic activity that sustains lives of many.
In Malawi, the practice of sexual cleansing is largely confined to Chikwawa and Nsanje District.
Traditional dance of Nsanje district is utse danced by women, Madzoka danced by traditional healers, Ulimba usually performed after burial.
Nsanje is one of the poorest districts in Malawi and is virtually dependent on government and NGO aide organizations
Nsanje lies only about 150 feet above sea level. During the summer months, daytime highs can exceed 120° Fahrenheit.
Maize is grown in marshes post rain season; Nsanje Boma they grow around Ndindi marsh area, Bangula they use Chisamba and Makhanga marshes.
The people of Nsanje are traditionally Sena people, or Mang'anja. The predominant language is Chichewa, but Chisena, Chimang’anja, English, and Portuguese are also spoken.
Of the 28 districts in Malawi, 13 are located within the Southern Region. They are: Balaka, Blantyre, Chikhwawa, Chiradzulu, Machinga, Mangochi, Mulanje, Mwanza, Neno, Nsanje, Phalombe, Thyolo, and Zomba.
Gwandaguluwe "Gwanda" Chakuamba Phiri (4 April 1934 – 24 October 2016) was a Malawian politician who was the leader of the New Republican Party (NRP). He hailed from Nsanje, a district on the southern part of Malawi.
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
In 2010, a port in Nsanje was opened to connect the country through the Shire and Zambezi rivers with the Indian Ocean. As of 2015, the port is not operational due to unresolved contracts with Mozambique.
The Nacala Corridor line to Mozambique via Nayuchi to the port of Nacala, and Nsanje to the Dona Ana Bridge and Beira, has not been operational since the war in Mozambique and is in need of reconstruction.
In Malawi, a country adjacent to Mozambique, the cyclone dropped heavy rainfall, causing two rivers near Nsanje to exceed their banks and flood nearby villages. Authorities were concerned about the fate of more than 450 families that lost their homes in the southern Nsanje District due to the effects of Funso, which mostly affected Bangula and Phokela, as three rivers overflowed. Across Southern Malawi, the storm destroyed more than 320 houses and flooded 125 more, primarily in Bangula and Phokela. As a result, about 5,000 people had to evacuate their homes during flooding on the Shire River and Ruo River, many of whom requiring rescue by helicopter or motorboat as they were stranded in the remaining unflooded areas of land. At least 30 villages became isolated after flooding destroyed roads and bridges between Blantyre and Nsanje. The flooding also killed livestock and affected maize fields, leaving whole communities at risk of starvation.
A rain cult holds position south of Nsanje boma worshipping a deity called Mbona. His head was cut off hundreds of years ago and out flowed a river of blood called Ndione. He now returns to his wife’s home every so often in the form of a python to tell prophecies for the coming year.
The Thyolo district of Malawi is one of the districts in Malawi. The capital is Thyolo. The district covers an area of 1,715 km.² and has a population of 458,976. It is also has crossroads leading to Makwasa, Molere, Konzalendo, Thekerani into Muona and eventually Nsanje leading to another border with Mozambique.