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Daily Life in Tanzania and Social Customs


Indians in Tanzania: History, Communities & More

Indians in Tanzania: History, Communities and More Historical Background Indians have long been a part of Tanzanian society, dating back before the country was introduced...

Tanzania Demographics – Population, Vital Statistics, Fertility & More

Tanzania Demographics - Population, Vital Statistics, Fertility and More The characteristics of Tanzania demographics in terms of population include ethnicity, population density, education level, economic...

Tanzania Independence Day – History, Observe, Timeline & More

Tanzania Independence Day 1961 - History, Observe, Timeline and More When is Tanzania independence day and year? Annually on the 9th of December, the country...

Quick Snapshot: Bena People and Their Bena Language

Quick Snapshot: Bena People and Their Bena Language The Bena people are an ethnolinguistic group of Bantu origin. They speak the Bena language and live...

Barabaig People – History, Society, Cattle, Burial & More

Barabaig Tanzania - History, Society, Cattle, Burial and More The Barabaig are a Datooga nomadic tribe who live in the volcanic highlands around Mount Hanang...

Cost of Living in Tanzania – Markets, Transportation, Utilities & More

Average Cost of Living in Tanzania in US Dollars, Dar es Salaam - Markets, Transportation, Utilities and More (Year 2020) Many people considering relocating to...

Pare People – History, Economy, Culture, Notable Persons & More

Pare People - History, Economy, Culture, Notable Persons and More The Pare people belong to an ethnic group that is native to the Pare Mountains...

Nyakyusa People – History, Culture, Society, Beliefs & More

Nyakyusa People - History, Culture, Society, Beliefs and More The Nyakyusa people (also known as Sokile, Nkonde, or Ngonde) are a Bantu ethnic group who...

A Glimpse of Tanzania People and Their Cultures

A Glimpse of Tanzania People and Their Cultures Overview of the Tanzania People There is a striking blend of Tanzania people and cultures that creates a...

Kaguru People – History, Society, Geography & More

Kaguru People - History, Society, Geography and More The Kaguru, also known as the Kagulu, are a Bantu ethnic and linguistic group from central Tanzania....

Zaramo People – Origin, Language, Culture, Initiation & More

Zaramo Tribe - Origin, Language, Culture, Initiation and More The Zaramo people, also known as Saramo or Dzalamo, are an ethnic group in east Africa...

Gogo People – History, Economy, Society & More

Gogo People - History, Economy, Traditional Society and More The Gogo people also known as Gongwe tribe are a Bantu linguistic and ethnic group found...

Sukuma Language – Phonology, Grammar, Identity

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

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

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

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…

The Swahili People - History, Religion, Language, Economy & More Who are the Swahili People? Swahili people (speakers of WaSwahili) belong to the Bantu ethnic group...

Hehe People – History, Society, Rebellion, Etymo…

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

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...
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