from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A Bantu language spoken in Malawi and neighboring areas.
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- noun A member of an
African peopleinhabiting central Malawiand adjoining areas of Zambiaand Mozambique.
- proper noun The
- adjective Of or relating to the Chewa or their language.
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- noun a member of the Bantu-speaking people of Malawi and eastern Zambia and northern Zimbabwe
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The Chewa adage Osauka satopa "a poor person never tires" is certainly true in the case of Priscilla Choma.
Makhole says the Chewa should renounce their traditional beliefs and join Christianity, rather than mixing the two.
In Malawi, the first president, Hastings Kamuzu Banda, was a Chewa.
We perform Gule wankulu when we want to install a Chewa chief, during the death of a chief, even at times when the chief commemorates something special that happened in his village, says Gonthi.
The Chewa ethnic group is found in some parts of Mozambique and Zambia, as well as in Malawi.
To start with, he has not taken advantage of his Swahili and Chewa lyrics and the Benga sounds of his music to make inroads in Central Africa.
English, Ndebele and Chewa and not many Zimbabwean musicians go that far.
Chimbetu could take advantage of his Chewa songs as a staring point to
Expansion of Maravi state system in Chewa-speaking area of the Shire Valley.
The country's notes and coins in the Malawian currency, the kwacha (meaning dawn in Chewa language), have featured the head of the now 97-year-old ex-president-for-life Kamuzu Banda for the last