Nyanja

A central African people living mainly in Malawi, and numbering about 400,000 (1984). The Nyanja are predominantly farmers, living in villages under a hereditary monarchy. They speak a Bantu...
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Nyanja

(from the article `Zambia`) ...in Zambia; they can usefully be considered as comprising 14 groups, of which the Bemba group is the most widespread, accounting for more than ... The Chewa and Nyanja peoples of modern Malai are descendants of the original Maravi clans. cluster of nine Bantu-speaking peoples living in the tree-studded gra...
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Nyanja

The Nyanja are a central African people living mainly in Malawi, and numbering about 400,000. The
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Nyanja

A central African people living mainly in Malawi, and numbering about 400,000 (1984). The Nyanja are predominantly farmers, living in villages under a hereditary monarchy. They speak a Bantu language belonging to the Niger-Congo family
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