Malawi used to be called Nyasaland before it changed its name. The country became a fully independent member of the British Commonwealth on July 6, 1964.
The capital of Malawi is Lilongwe (also called Green City) which is the 2nd largest city in the country. The largest city is Blantyre.
Maize was introduced into Malawi by the Portuguese and is still the staple grain of the country. The main crops that are exports are tea, sugar and tobacco.
Short about Malawi
Is a landlocked country in the Sub-Saharan Africa bordered by Zambia to the North West, Tanzania to the North East and Mozambique on the East, South and West.
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