Bantu refers to a large, complex linguistic grouping of peoples in Africa. The Central-Tanzania Bantu people cluster encompasses more than fifty ethnic groups which, as the cluster name suggests, are predominantly found within Tanzania. Among these groups the largest ethnic peoples are Sukuma, Gogo, Nyamwezi and Nyakyusa-Ngonde.
Peoples within this cluster:
Bena; Bende; Fipa; Gogo; Hehe; Iramba; Isanzu; Iwa; Kaguru; Kimbu; Kinga; Kisi; Konongo; Lambya; Malila; Manda, Nyasa; Matumbi; Mbugwe; Mbunga; Mpoto; Mwanga; Ndali; Ndamba; Ndendeule; Nyakyusa; Nyakyusa, Ngonde; Nyamwezi; Nyiha; Nyiha, Malawi; Nyika; Pangwa; Pimbwe; Pogoro; Rangi; Rufiji; Rungwa; Safwa; Sagara; Sangu, Sango; Sukuma; Sumbwa; Tambo (Nyamwanga); Tongwe; Turu; Vidunda; Wanda; Wandya; Wanji; Wungu
Countries where they are found:
Malawi; Tanzania; Zambia
Unreached people groups:
Number of countries: