Mulanje District

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Location of Mulanje District in Malawi

Mulanje is a district in the Southern Region of Malawi. The capital is Mulanje. The district covers an area of 2,056 km.² and has a population of 428,322. It is also known for its tea growing industry and Mount Mulanje which is one of the highest peaks in Southern Africa.

Government and administrative divisions[edit]

There are nine National Assembly constituencies in Mulanje:

  • Mulanje - Bale
  • Mulanje - Central
  • Mulanje - Limbuli
  • Mulanje - North
  • Mulanje - Pasani
  • Mulanje - South
  • Mulanje - South East
  • Mulanje - South West
  • Mulanje - West

Since the 2009 election all of these constituencies have been held by members of the Democratic Progressive Party.[1]

References[edit]

Coordinates: 16°00′S 35°35′E / 16.000°S 35.583°E / -16.000; 35.583