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Sukuma Language – Phonology, Grammar, Identity

Sukuma Language - Phonology, Grammar, Identity and More Sukuma language is a form of Bantu dialect spoken in Tanzania, between Mwanza, and Lake Eyasi, southeast...

Sukuma People (Tribe) – History, Culture, Home &

Sukuma People (Tribe) - History, Culture, Homeland and More Sukuma people are also known as the Bantu ethnic tribe, and they originated from the Great...

Chagga People – History, Religion, Life, Culture &…

Chagga People - History, Religion, Life, Culture & More Chagga, also known as “WaChaggas” in Swahili, are a Bantu ethnic group from Africa. They are Tanzania’s...

Matengo People – History, Language, Socio-Political

Matengo People - History, Language, Socio-Political Setup The Matengo people are a linguistic and ethnic group in southern Tanzania's Ruvuma Region, where they are centered...

Shirazi People – History, Religion, Language, Cult…

Shirazi People - History, Religion, Language, Culture and More The Shirazi or Mbwera make up an ethnic group living along the Swahili coast and the...

Swahili People – History, Language, Economy…

Swahili People - History, Religion, Language, Economy & More Swahili people (speakers of WaSwahili) belong to the Bantu ethnic group of East Africa. People from...

Hehe People – History, Society, Rebellion, Etymo…

Hehe People - Etymology, History, Society, Rebellion and More The Hehe (Wahehe in Swahili language) is a linguistic and ethnic community in the Iringa area's...

Hadza Language – Classification, Phonology, Gra…

Hadza Language - Classification, Phonology, Grammar, and Numerals Hadza language is an isolate language spoken by close to 1,000 Hadza tribe members along the coasts...

The Mwera People – Religion, Society, Culture,…

The Mwera People - Religion, Society, Culture, and Ways of Life The Mwera people are an African linguistic and ethnic group. The Mwera people are...

Languages of Tanzania – Overview, Families & More

Languages of Tanzania - Overview, Language Families and More Tanzania is multilingual, with 126 languages spoken in the country according to Ethnologue. However, none of the...

The Hadza Tribe – History, Culture, Religion, Myths

The Hadza Tribe - History, Culture, Religion, Myths, and Tales The Hadza tribe, also known as Hadzabe, are a native ethnic group found in north-central...

Iraqw Language – Phonology, Morphology, Syntax

Iraqw Language - Phonology, Morphology, Syntax & More Iraqw language is one of the tribal spoken languages of Tanzania. It is a Cushitic language and...

Quick Overview and History of the Ngoni People

Quick Overview and History of the Ngoni People The Ngoni are an ethnic group that lives in the current Southern African nations including Mozambique, Malawi,...

Iraqw People (Tribe) – History, Culture, Language..

Iraqw People (Tribe) – History, Culture, Language & More The Iraqw is an East African ethnic group that speak a Cushitic language and live in...

Datooga People (Tribe) – History, Language & …

Datooga People (Tribe) – History, Culture, Language and More The Datooga, also known as the Mang'ati in Swahili, is a pastoralist Nilotic tribe that resides...

Sandawe Tribe (People) – History, Culture & More

Sandawe Tribe (People) – History, Culture, Language and More The Sandawe are a Southeast African ethnic group that dwell in central Tanzania's Dodoma Region's Chemba...

Saba Saba – Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair

Saba Saba Day – Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair DITF, short for the Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair, is an annual event that...

Maasai Language – The Basics You Need to Know

Maasai Language - The Basics You Need to Know Maasai language (Masai) or Kimaa is a language that belongs to the Eastern Nilotic family of...

Maasai Legend of the Ancient Hominin Footprints

The Maasai Legend Behind Ancient Hominin Footprints in Tanzania The human paleontologist Mary Leakey with some other scientists in 1976 reported the discovery of some...

Uwanja wa Fisi – A Peak into Dar’s Busiest Slum

Uwanja wa Fisi - A Peak of Dar’s Lifestyle of the Busiest Slum At the distance upon my arrival at Uwanja wa Fisi, i was...
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