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Independence / Republic Days
Independence from the United Kingdom July 6, 1964

Capital
Lilongwe

Current Time in Lilongwe (Malawi)

Calling code
+265[3]

Currency
Kwacha (D) (MWK (£1.00= 265 kwachas))

Geographic Coordinates
13°57'S 33°42'E

Official languages
English
Chichewa

 

Malawi Flag Description
Three equal horizontal bands of red (top), black, and green; a white sun disc is centered on the black band, its surrounding 45 white rays extend partially into the red and green bands; black represents the native peoples, red the blood shed in their struggle for freedom, and green the color of nature; the sun represents Malawi's economic progress since attaining independence.

Malawi : National Anthem

God Bless Malawi

O God bless our land of Malawi,
Keep it a land of peace.
Put down each and every enemy,
Hunger, disease, envy.
Join together all our hearts as one,
That we be free from fear.
Bless our leader, each and every one,
And Mother Malawi.

Our own Malawi, this land so fair,
Fertile and brave and free.
With its lakes, refreshing mountain air,
How greatly blest are we.
Hills and valleys, soil so rich and rare
Give us a bounty free.
Wood and forest, plains so broad and fair,
All - beauteous Malawi.

Freedom ever, let us all unite
To build up Malawi.
With our love, our zeal and loyalty,
Bringing our best to her.
In time of war, or in time of peace,
One purpose and one goal.
Men and women serving selflessly
In building Malawi.
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