Who is Tapiwa Mutharika?
Malawi’s former president Bingu Wa Mutharika’s daughter, Tapiwa Mutharika has thrown her weight behind leader of Opposition Kondwani Nankhumwa, who is also Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Vice President for the Southern Region.
How old is Bingu wa Mutharika?
78 years (1934–2012)Bingu wa Mutharika / Age at death
Where did Bingu wa Mutharika died?
Lilongwe, MalawiBingu wa Mutharika / Place of death
When did Bingu Mutharika died?
April 5, 2012Bingu wa Mutharika / Date of death
Who is the former President of Malawi?
Joyce Hilda Banda (née Ntila; born 12 April 1950) is a Malawian politician who was the President of Malawi from 7 April 2012 to 31 May 2014. Banda took office as President following the sudden death of President Bingu wa Mutharika. She is the founder and leader of the People’s Party, created in 2011.
How many presidents have there been in Malawi?
President of Malawi
|No.||Name (Birth–Death)||Term of office|
|4||Joyce Banda (born 1950)||31 May 2014|
|5||Peter Mutharika (born 1940)||28 June 2020|
|6||Lazarus Chakwera (born 1955)||Incumbent|
Which African country has a woman president?
President of Liberia
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (born Ellen Eugenia Johnson, 29 October 1938) is a Liberian politician who served as the 24th President of Liberia from 2006 to 2018. Sirleaf was the first elected female head of state in Africa….
|Ellen Johnson Sirleaf|
|Awards||Nobel Peace Prize (2011)|
Who was Malawi’s first president?
President of Malawi
|No.||Name (Birth–Death)||Political party|
|1||Hastings Banda ( c. 1899–1997)||Malawi Congress Party|
|2||Bakili Muluzi (born 1943)||United Democratic Front|
|3||Bingu wa Mutharika (1934–2012)||United Democratic Front|
How old is Malawi?
The part of Africa now known as Malawi was settled around the 10th century by migrating Bantu groups. Centuries later, in 1891, the area was colonised by the British and became a protectorate of the United Kingdom known as Nyasaland.
Who is the world’s first female president?
The first woman to serve as president of a country was Isabel Perón of Argentina, who as vice-president succeeded to the presidency in 1974 after the death of her husband.