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Population, Religion and Language

Bantu languages, national language, Christians, Chichewa, schools

Christians are 75 percent of the inhabitants of Malawi. Another 20 percent are Muslim, and 5 percent practice traditional religions. English is Malawi’s official language and is the primary language of instruction in the schools. Chichewa, a Bantu language, is the national language, and a number of other Bantu languages are widely spoken.



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