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A View of Diversity from Malawi: an Ethnic and Religious Perspective

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Malawi, which is in southern Africa, is filled with a diverse range of people with various backgrounds. Although most of the languages spoken in Malawi and southern Africa generally belong to a group called Bantu languages, the ethnic groups display unique cultural beliefs and practices. The same can be said for religion. Christianity, Islam, and various African religions dominate the region and influence the people. Add to the mix that Christianity, for instance, comes in diverse forms, such as

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