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Lilongwe is the capital of Malawi.
Lilongwe is the capital of Malawi and the largest city. Blantyre is the business center of Malawi. In this way, they function much like Washington D.C. and New York in the United States.
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Why is Malawi an LDC?

Malawi is for various natural but mostly 'man made' reasons one the poorest countries in the world. As such it is labelled a Least Developed Country (LDC) by the International community.

What is Malawi like?

Malawi is a developing country located on the continent of Africa.The people of Malawi are quite hospitable and peaceful. The countryhas several tourists attractions and good accommodation servicesfor foreigners.

Why is Malawi poor?

The government of Malawi has an interest in keeping the general population to a certain percentage under the poverty line. Hereby receiving by international right and living of donations from the international community. The government makes it its duty to receive and dispatch the donations, where ( Full Answer )

How do you travel to Malawi?

That would depend on where you are coming from. Most likely you would fly by aeroplane. If you are in a nearby country, you could go by road.If you're flying, there are direct flights to and from Lilongwe and Blantyre from Johannesburg, South Africa and Nairobi, Kenya. There are no direct flights fr ( Full Answer )

What is the previous capital of Malawi?

Malawi has had two capital cities. Zomba was the first capital of Malawi, from 1964 to 1974. In 1974 Lilongwe became the capital city and it is still the capital of Malawi.

Who were the colonizers in Malawi?

One of the first Europeans to spend significant time in Malawi was Dr. David Livingstone of Scotland. He was there in the 1850s-1860s. The northern city, Livingstonia, is named after him, and the southern city, Blantyre, is named after his birthplace. The British colonized Malawi in the late nine ( Full Answer )

What was Zambia and Malawi?

At one time in the 1950's and 60's, three countries, Southern Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland made up the 'Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland'. Now they are the independent countries, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Malawi.

What religions are in Malawi?

Christians account for 70% of the population. Muslims account for 20% of the polulation and tribal religions account for 3%. There are a small number of Hindu's and Baha'is

What does Malawi mean?

There are two trains of thought on this: 1. The Name derives from the native word meaning 'flaming water' or 'tongues of fire' believed to have been used to describe the dazzling reflections of its huge Lake Malawi. 2. The President of Malawi from Independence 'Kamuzu Banda' got the idea of th ( Full Answer )

What are the cheats for Malawi?

i am going to tell you how to complete the walk of malawi.. 1.make a poster and donate some millsbucks. . 2.go to the museum. . 3.take your picture. . 4.next go to the toy store. . 5. go to city,click on westridge and click on the crater. . 6.go to the park and play peadbody park clean up. (if ( Full Answer )

How do finish Malawi?

i am going to tell you how to complete the walk of malawi.. 1.make a poster and donate some millsbucks. . 2.go to the museum. . 3.take your picture. . 4.next go to the toy store. . 5. go to city,click on westridge and click on the crater. . 6.go to the park and play peadbody park clean up. (if ( Full Answer )

How do you finsh Malawi?

i am going to tell you how to complete the walk of malawi.. 1.make a poster and donate some millsbucks. . 2.go to the museum. . 3.take your picture. . 4.next go to the toy store. . 5. go to city,click on westridge and click on the crater. . 6.go to the park and play peadbody park clean up. (if ( Full Answer )

What do you do on the Malawi walk?

to do the walk of Malawi i am uncertain of where to get started you can ask, but if you need to make sure all the places you need to go are a link if you go downtown to access them it counts as interupting it because going downtown isn't in the plan.

Why visit Malawi?

It is a beautiful country. There is lots to see in it and lots to do in it, like go on a safari. It is cheap to get there and stay there. Malawi could do with more tourism, as it is a poor country. So getting more visitors would be a way of helping Malawi. The people are very friendly there. There i ( Full Answer )

How do you get to Malawi?

You can fly to Malawi. It has a number of airports and you can fly to them from other countries. Depending on where you are, you can get flights to one of those countries and then fly to Malawi. If you are traveling from the United States, a routing through Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is usually the most ( Full Answer )

Who is the President of Malawi?

Since the 31st of May 2014 Peter Mutharika has been president of Malawi. He has a 5 year term.

Is Malawi in Africa?

Yes. It is in the southeast of Africa, landlocked by Mozambique, Zambia and Tanzania. You can see it on the map of Africa at the link below.

What animals are there in Malawi?

It has many of the major African animals such as elephants, crocodiles, hippos, monkeys etc. As well as crocodiles, it has many other reptiles like various kinds of lizards, including some very large ones. There are a number of large nature reserves in the country. Lake Malawi forms a large part of ( Full Answer )

Does Malawi have a coastline?

No. Malawi is landlocked. However, Lake Malawi is a very large lake and it has a long shoreline in Malawi.

What is the motto for Malawi?

Malawi's motto is one of two... the better one is "Unity and Freedom' and another on a street sign "Keep ccalm and carry on" i doubt THAT is the motto though...

What is the capital city of Malawi near?

The capital city, Lilongwe, is near the western border of Malawi with Zambia and Mozambique. On the opposite (eastern) border is Lake Nyasa, which Malawi shares with Tanzania and Mozambique.

How does Malawi get clothing?

People can make their own, or buy it from others that make it in Malawi, or they can import it from other countries, or the people who cannot afford to buy any due to poverty may get some through charities that bring it in.

Why does it flood in Malawi?

Malawi is in a part of the world where there is a rainy season during which there is very heavy rain and storms. Malawi has a lot of mountains, so the rain water flows into rivers and into the lower areas and there are floods in some parts.

When was Malawi discovered?

The area of Malawai was once part of the Maravi Empire, and underBritish control during the colonial times. The country achievedfull independence as Malawi in 1964.

Is Malawi the capital of Africa?

No. Malawi is a country, not a city. Africa is a continent, not acountry. It has over 50 countries, Malawi being one of them. AsAfrica is a continent, it does not have a capital city. Each of thecountries in Africa have their own capitals.

What is the Malawi population?

13 Million people live in Malawi at the moment and this number is rising every day. Please visit www.newhopeministries.co.uk for more information about my 3 week stay. R.M.

What is the former capital of Malawi?

Zomba used to be the capital of Malawi, from the establishment of the Republic of Malawi in 1964 until 1974. The capital city is Lilongwe since then.

What are the monuments of Malawi?

Lilongwe Wildlife Center is in the capital city and is a placewhere injured monkeys, crocodiles, and lions are cared for. Thereis also a World War I Memorial.

What are the natural resources of Malawi?

Malawi is rich in beautiful scenery, and animals. It also has coal,granite, rubies, rare earths, goats, tobacco, sugar cane, tea andmacadamia nuts.

What is the landscape in Malawi?

Malawi has a wide range of landscapes. It is quite a green country.It has lots of trees. It has many mountains. One of the largestlakes in Africa is Lake Malawi, which forms part of the country.

What is the current history of Malawi?

Did you know? During Slave trade, slaves caught in Malawi, were shipped across Lake Malawi and made to walk for three to four months carrying heavy ivory and goods, if they grew ill or expressed tiredness they were beheaded? The first organised settlements are thought to have taken place in ab ( Full Answer )

What bodies of water is Malawi located by?

Malawi is landlocked, so it has no seas. The most significant water feature in Malawi is Lake Malawi, which forms a large part of the country.

Can you get salmon in lake Malawi?

Lake Malawi has salmon fish. It is locally known as 'mpasa'. Its size is slightly smaller than the Canadian rivers salmon. Its flesh has lots bones.

Are there scorpions in Malawi?

Yes. You'll get these small brown fellas in the house (knock out shoes before wearing and never walk barefoot, especially at night when you can't see them) and bigger, darker, more armoured ones around water (near the lake etc.). They aren't that common though, I have lots of family there and only o ( Full Answer )

What is Malawi biome?

Malawi's biome is grassland. These are some dot points on Malawi biome . Occur from central Canada through Texas and into Mexico in North America . Tall grasses-prairies-sea of grass . Moderate temperatures, light rainfall . Dominat plants-various grasses . Found on all continents except America . ( Full Answer )

How big is the capital of Malawi?

Lilongwe is the capital cityof Malawi, a country in southeast Africa. Lilongwe has an estimatedpopulation of 1.1 million.

Who was the President of Malawi in 2008?

Bingu WA Mutharika was the President of Malawi in 2008. He became the third President of Malawi on 2004 May 20, and was re-elected in 2009. He has been credited with encouraging economic growth in Malawi.

Are the Malawi poor?

Lots of people in Malawi are poor but there are people who are not poor and some that are rich.

What is Malawi famous for?

Lake Malawi is very famous in Malawi. It has a huge range of fish, making it a very special place.

Who is the dictator of Malawi?

Malawi does not have a dictator. It is a peaceful democracy. Bingu Wu Mutharika is the president.

What climate has Malawi?

Malawi has a sub-tropical climate, which is relatively dry and strongly seasonal. The warm-wet season stretches from November to April, during which 95% of the annual precipitation takes place. Annual average rainfall varies from 725mm to 2,500mm with Lilongwe having an average of 900mm, Blantyre 1, ( Full Answer )

What is Malawi the capital of?

Malawi is not the capital of anything - it is a country. Malawi'scapital city is Lilongwe.

Where is the capital in Malawi?

Lilongwe is the largest and capital city of Malawi with an estimated population of 1,077,116 for2015. The city is located in the central region of Malawi, near theborders with Mozambique and Zambia .

What does Malawi celebrate?

Malawi celebrates a national holiday called Giovanni Day it is a very important holiday for them celebrating the god Giovanni who is living under a Volcano which protects they're city

Is Malawi developed?

There is some development, but it is a poor country and so it isnot very well developed.