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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Nyika Plateau, Malawi

Nyika Plateau, Malawi
Sunset over the Nyika Plateau looking towards Tanzania

Background imageRelated Images Collection: East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma

East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma
Photograph of a soldier from the East African Reconnaissance Regiment, checking a machine-gun, Burma, 1945. The East African Reconnaissance Regiment, part of 11th East African Division

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 'Nyasa - Land awaits Inhabitants; Antelopes and Orchids, 1890. Creator: Unknown

'Nyasa - Land awaits Inhabitants; Antelopes and Orchids, 1890. Creator: Unknown
'Nyasa-Land awaits Inhabitants; Antelopes and Orchids, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Devon - Hooe - estuary of the River Plym

Devon - Hooe - estuary of the River Plym
Homeward Bound - Nyasaland (modern Malawi). An african woman carrying a large load on her head and her baby on her back. Postcard sold at the British Empire Exhibition at the East African Pavilion

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 'Nyasaland and its People -- In Jumbe's Town, Kota Kota, 1890. Creator: H.H. Johnson

'Nyasaland and its People -- In Jumbe's Town, Kota Kota, 1890. Creator: H.H. Johnson
'Nyasaland and its People -- In Jumbe's Town, Kota Kota, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 'Nyasaland and its People -- A Nyasa Arab, 1890. Creator: H.H. Johnson

'Nyasaland and its People -- A Nyasa Arab, 1890. Creator: H.H. Johnson
'Nyasaland and its People -- A Nyasa Arab, 1890. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 'A Journey up the Quilimane River Nyasa-land, on a Kwakwa Boat, 1890. Creator: Unknown

'A Journey up the Quilimane River Nyasa-land, on a Kwakwa Boat, 1890. Creator: Unknown
From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 42. July to December, 1890

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Angoni tribesman performer, Nyasaland, East Africa

Angoni tribesman performer, Nyasaland, East Africa
Angoni (Ngoni) tribesman performer, Nyasaland, East Africa (then part of the British Empire, now Malawi). He is a musician, singer and dancer whose leggings rattle when he moves. Date: 1922

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Nyika Plateau, Nyika National Park, Malawi

Nyika Plateau, Nyika National Park, Malawi
Rolling hills criss-cross oneanother in the Nyika Plateau of Northern Malawi

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Africa, Malawi, Southern Africa, Thiolo district, Cultivations of tea

Africa, Malawi, Southern Africa, Thiolo district, Cultivations of tea

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Portrait of a boy behind the fence. Malawi, Africa

Portrait of a boy behind the fence. Malawi, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Mackerel sky seen from the air. Malawi, Africa

Mackerel sky seen from the air. Malawi, Africa

Background imageRelated Images Collection: This is my art

This is my art
Carlos Germán Romero

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Africa Ngoni Ruga-Ruga mercenaries after a raid pre-1900

Africa Ngoni Ruga-Ruga mercenaries after a raid pre-1900

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Britten-Norman BN-2A-21 Islander G-BDLN

Britten-Norman BN-2A-21 Islander G-BDLN (msn 492), at the SBAC Farnborough Air-Show, held between 5-12 September 1976. Operated by the Malawi Police Air Wing as 7Q-YAZ, this aircraft was short-lived

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Gun (steel & wood)

Gun (steel & wood)
622535 Gun (steel & wood) by African School; 36.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Possibly from Malawi or Tanzania.); © Michael Graham-Stewart

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Manganja Village on the Shire, Africa (engraving)

Manganja Village on the Shire, Africa (engraving)
1621894 Manganja Village on the Shire, Africa (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Manganja Village on the Shire, Africa)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: This is my art

This is my art
Carlos Germán Romero

Background imageRelated Images Collection: African soldier armed with a machete in Nyasaland (Malawi) during the Second World War

African soldier armed with a machete in Nyasaland (Malawi) during the Second World War. 14th April 1941

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20076268

20076268
MALAWI Farming Female worker on LOMADEF Lipangwe Organic Manure Demonstration Farm using chicken manure on land. Good crop yields are achieved without expensive fertilisers

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20076265

20076265
MALAWI Farming Close view of tobacco crop

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20076264

20076264
MALAWI Farming Tractor driver working in tobacco plantation

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20076267

20076267
MALAWI Ngwila Cropped view of Efero Lodi holding handful of organically grown soya. Organic farming allows farmers to achieve the same yields without the use of expensive fertilisers

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20076261

20076261
MALAWI Work Tea plantations near Muloza with women carrying bundles of firewood on their heads in foreground

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20076266

20076266
MALAWI Farming Close view of tobacco crop and spray irrigation

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20070990

20070990
MALAWI Farming Women working on tobacco farm

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20043503

20043503
MALAWI Lipangwe Farm worker on organic training farm LOMADEF making chicken manure

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20043502

20043502
MALAWI Lipangwe Crop workers with their organic groundnut crop

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20086551

20086551
MALAWI Jenda Sugar cane vendors and customers at roadside market. African Eastern Africa Malawian

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20086550

20086550
MALAWI Jenda Crowded market scene fruit and vegetable stalls with trading centre building behind. African Center Eastern Africa Malawian

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20017911

20017911
MALAWI Industry Worker holding bundle of tea standing in drying leaves

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20017909

20017909
MALAWI Industry Workers on tea plantation

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20076259

20076259
MALAWI Lumbe EDETA village income generation group. Circular thatched chicken house raised on stilts in village. Enterprise Development and Training Agency

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Nyika Plateau, Malawi

Nyika Plateau, Malawi
A full moon rises over the Nyika Plateau at dusk

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Roan antelope, Nyika plateau, Malawi

Roan antelope, Nyika plateau, Malawi
Roan antelope (Hippotragus equinus) on the skyline of the Nyika plateau

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Errol Hinds and Julius Mapata, Livingstone to Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia, 1925 (1927)

Errol Hinds and Julius Mapata, Livingstone to Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia, 1925 (1927). Artist: Thomas A Glover
Errol Hinds and Julius Mapata, Livingstone to Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia, 1925 (1927). A print from Cape to Cairo, by Stella Court Treatt, George G Harrap & Company Ltd, 1927

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Africa Ngoni Ruga-Ruga mercenaries after a raid pre-1900

Africa Ngoni Ruga-Ruga mercenaries after a raid pre-1900

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Margaret Thatcher British Prime Minister - June 1988 with the President of Malawi

Margaret Thatcher British Prime Minister - June 1988 with the President of Malawi at 10 Downing Street

Background imageRelated Images Collection: EyeUbiquitous_

EyeUbiquitous_
MALAWI Festivals Ju ju fetish dancers.

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Sunrise Over Nyika Plateau, Malawi

Sunrise Over Nyika Plateau, Malawi

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Flag Malawi

Flag Malawi

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Africa - Nyasaland (Malawi) - Women of Mount Zamba

Africa - Nyasaland (Malawi) - Women of Mount Zamba Date: circa 1905

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Asilidae, robber flies

Asilidae, robber flies

Background imageRelated Images Collection: African man with lip plate

African man with lip plate
An African man from the Zambezi region in Africa, with an extraordinary lip plate, haning from the top of his mouth below his chin. He also wears a series of metal rings around his ankles

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Malawi, Majete Wildlife Reserve. Male waterbuck in the brachystegia woodland

Malawi, Majete Wildlife Reserve. Male waterbuck in the brachystegia woodland

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Early morning mist in the forests of Central Malawi

Early morning mist in the forests of Central Malawi

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A workman attends to tobacco leaves curing on racks

A workman attends to tobacco leaves curing on racks in a barn in Central Malawi. Tobacco is by far Malawis most important export crop

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Class of Bonde Women, Msalabani, Nyasaland

Class of Bonde Women, Msalabani, Nyasaland
Class of Bonde Women, Universities Mission to Central Africa, Msalabani, Nyasaland (now Malawi). Date: 1910s



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