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Mwangwego is a writing system for Malawian languages. The Mwangwego script was conceptualized on November 10, 1977 by Nolence Mwangwego after he found evidence of a writing system in Malawi prior to European arrival or contact with the people that now make up Malawi.
The evidence of a writing system prior to European contact is based on languages spoken in the region. As an example, the verbs kulemba and kusimba which in Chichewa and Kyandonde, respectively, mean "to write" is evidence that they had a word for "write," indicating that there was a writing system. In addition, rock art has been found in Malawi.
The script was launched in 2003 and is slowly gaining a following withing Malawi. Mwangwego continues to hold public lectures and exhibitions in academic institutions and teach the script.
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