Synonyms for ntcheu or Related words with ntcheu

ntchisi              rumphi              dedza              kasungu              chiradzulu              chikwawa              chitipa              phalombe              machinga              chipinge              karonga              mchinji              kweneng              kitui              nkhotakota              mzimba              buhera              murang              thyolo              kajiado              tonota              nsanje              bikita              bungoma              gobabis              mwenezi              pujehun              moroto              mbinga              mangochi              nkoranza              tongu              mutoko              iringa              serowe              ibanda              machakos              vihiga              kigezi              mpanda              mpika              bawku              kalungu              nkayi              kilosa              kgatleng              shinyanga              mkushi              akuapim              bomet             

Examples of "ntcheu"
Ntcheu is a town located in the Central Region of Malawi. It is the administrative capital of Ntcheu District.
There are seven National Assembly constituencies in Ntcheu:
Ntcheu is known for its produce, including Irish potatoes.
He is currently contesting for MP for Ntcheu-West in the 2014 elections.
Kanyumba was elected Member of Parliament for Ntcheu Bwanje South on 19 May 2009.
Safiel Percy Kachipande (born 16 February 1944 in Ntcheu, Malawi) is a Malawian politician and former diplomat.
He has worked on charity projects to help coordinate boreholes and orphan feeding centers in Ntcheu District.
Malawi Adventist University is a private Christian in Ntcheu Malawi affiliated to the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Angela Mizinga (known as Empress Tigris or simply Tigris) is a Malawian singer/rapper from Ntcheu, Malawi.
Kamthunzi was born in the village of Njolomole in Ntcheu district in Malawi. His father was a school teacher. After attending Ntcheu Secondary School from 1972 to 1976 he trained as a teacher at Lilongwe Teachers’ College. He began his teaching career in 1978 at Nkhata Bay and later moved to Malili Primary School in Likuni near Lilongwe.
He was born in Chimasula Village, under Town Authority Kwataine, in Ntcheu, Malawi in 1944. He is married to Florence Kachipande and has six children.
Of the 27 districts in Malawi, 9 are located within the Central Region They are: Dedza, Dowa, Kasungu, Lilongwe, Mchinji, Nkhotakota, Ntcheu, Ntchisi, and Salima.
Chinyama was the son of Filipo Chinyama, who had been executed for leading the Ntcheu arm of the 1915 uprising led by John Chilembwe.
He ran two campaigns for parliamentary seats in the 2004 and 2009 parliamentary elections for Ntcheu West. The results of which were being contested due to alleged irregularities during elections During the 2004 elections, he was a front contender for the Ntcheu West MP seat, where he reportedly won 3420 votes to secure the elections only to be told later that he lost the seat by 3 "miscounted" and misplaced votes.
Albert Andrew Muwalo Gandale Nqumayo (or Ngumayo) was born in Ntcheu District, of Maseko Ngoni parentage on 23 June 1927, the second of seven children, all sons. After primary education at Gowa Mission in Ntcheu District, he attended the secondary school at Blantyre Mission, gaining a Junior Certificate in 1945. He worked at Zomba African Hospital, and undertook further study in evening classes at the hospital. During the mid-1950s, his ambition was to undertake further study in Britain, but his detention in 1959 put an end to this, and he did not obtain the further education achieved by several of those who became ministers in 1961 and 1962. During his time at the hospital, he became involved in trade union activities through the Nyasaland African Medical Orderlies union, becoming its Secretary-General. He joined the Ntcheu branch of the Nyasaland African Congress and was active in demonstrating against the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland. During the State of Emergency declared in March 1959, he was detained without trial in Nyasaland, unlike the most senior Congress members, who were imprisoned in Southern Rhodesia. After his release, he joined the Malawi Congress Party (MCP), and became active in its organisation, first in Ntcheu town and later as a party member and then Chairman of the MCP in Ntcheu District. Between 1962 and 1964, he was Chairman of Ntcheu District Council. Muwalo was Member of Parliament for Ntcheu South between 1964 and 1967, when he resigned owing to the pressures of his MCP work, although the seat was later held by his younger brother, Daniel.
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
Kwataine is a traditional authority under the paramount chief, Inkosi Yamakosi Gomani in Ntcheu District, Malawi most well known for its safe motherhood projects. This traditional authority area consists of an estimated 500,000 people, largely of Ngoni origin.
Ntcheu is a district in the Central Region of Malawi. It borders with the country of Mozambique. The district headquarters known as BOMA in the local language, but is most commonly called Mphate. It is run by the village headman Yeneya. The district covers an area of 3,424 km.² and has a population of 474,464 people according to the 2008 Malawi population Census. Out of that, 226,567 are males and 247,897 are females. The Ntcheu district lies around half way between Malawi's majors cities of Blantyre and Lilongwe - the capital city.
The district is well known for its vegetable production like cabbages, tomatoes and potatoes at Njolomole, Lizulu, and Tsangano. Apart from this main road of M1, Ntcheu district is also well connected with other districts on the Lake shore using Kasinje road (M5) to the Lake shore road going through Golomoti, Chipoka, Nkhotakota, and Nkhata bay districts.
Focus Martin Gwede was a Malawian head of the special branch of the Malawi Police Force. He was from Ntcheu Malawi. He was one of the most feared spies during the Kamuzu Banda era. With Gwede as the head of Special Branch and Albert Muwalo as a Minister of State they made the most feared duo in Malawi.