Mzansi Spotlight on Malawi’s National Roads

Good day my South African Friends and Former Colleagues,

I would like to inform you that if you were not aware, Malawi is a very beautiful country. One of the hidden gems of Africa. Indeed it has its own painful challenges but we are working to fix those.

Malawi has a very beautiful fresh water Lake Malawi with the largest number of fish species in the whole wide world. If you see a colourful cichlid in a fish tank, most likely it came from Malawi.

We have amazing and breath taking views, mountains and trails, diverse cultural heritage, game reserves and other many attractions. Most of the people are warm and friendly.

I encourage you to add Malawi to your bucket list and experience it yourself. Please do not read too much into any insinuations about the state of National Roads in Malawi. Indeed, it is true that not all our roads are up to the standards in Joburg. Well, we can explain that but don’t worry too much about it, we will fix those too. For now, just come. You ought not expect Jo’burg when you get Malawi just as you would not expect Joburg when you venture out of Jo’burg right within Mzansi. Trust me, you will fall in love with Malawi, The Warm Heart of Africa. Visit Malawi and forget the state of some of the roads. Just lose yourself in the moment and enjoy.

Enjoy from South to North:- Shire River, Mulanje Mountain, Zomba Plateau, The Historic Zomba Town, Malaphi Canyons, Liwonde National Park, Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi National Park, Taste of the famous Chambo fish, Sharpe Valley Views, Mwala Wa Mphini, Ngala ya Pakamwa, The Amazing Nyika Plateau, Likoma Island; just to mention a few.

Malawi beckons you, urges you to take time off and come on a holiday that will afford you a lifetime of memories. Come with your family. Come with that special person in your life, but come prepared to fall in love all over again.

For starters, visit my website at http://www.malawithewarmheart.com

So Mzansi, see you in our backyard.

Sincerely,

Hastings Fukula Nyekanyeka,
Self-appointed Tourism Ambassador since 1995

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About Hastings Fukula Nyekanyeka Betha

Born in Malawian and advocate of community mobilization, citizens' active participation in sustainable community development, and youth empowerment. Primarily focusing on "Organizing Against Poverty" by encouraging a new generation of players to participate in and influence the development of our communities
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