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Tonga people (Malawi)


The Tonga are an ethnic group living in northern Malawi. A related ethnic group also called the Tonga are found in Zambia and Zimbabwe, with some in ...

Tonga - Introduction, Location, Language, Folklore, Religion, Major ...


The Tonga live in southern Zambia along the Zambezi River. The name Tonga is ... There were, however, certain people within Tonga society who had authority.

People Profile of the Tonga People of Mozambique


Registry of Peoples code (Registry of Language code): Tonga 110153 (toh). NARRATIVE PROFILE. Location: The Tonga people live in the Inhambane Province ...

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Jul 27, 2011 ... they are mixed karanga and shangwe and tonga ,we call them shona .they are all shona people. even ndebele they sing shona songs to praise ...

The Tonga People in Zimbabwe: A forgotten people. · News ...


Mar 26, 2010 ... For many years the Tonga people (a semi-nomadic people) lived peacefully along both sides of the Zambezi River in North-Western Zimbabwe ...

mulonga.net - People + Tonga Culture


Indigenous (Tonga) people who were displaced from the Zambezi Valley almost six ... techniques and a study of the culture and customs of the Tonga people.

BaTonga - Natural History Museum Of Zimbabwe


The Tonga people trace their origins back to central Africa. They arrived in Zimbabwe about AD 300. Their forefathers favoured the riverine areas along the  ...

To the Victoria Falls - Tonga Traditions


Tonga Traditions. The first Bantu inhabitants of the region were the ancestors of the Tonga people, and evidence of their traditions succeeds those of the Kalamo  ...

Zimbabwe: The BaTonga Journey and the Cultural exchange ...


May 3, 2013 ... Well known as a minority language speaking tribe, the Tonga people lived on either side of the great river Zambezi. The Tonga's culture ...

Tonga Tribe near Binga, Zimbabwe | The Vagabond Adventures of ...


May 29, 2011 ... Lake Kariba was made by damming the mighty Zambezi River and flooding the valley which was home to a people called the Tonga tribe.

The People of Tonga
Ethnicity: Polynesian, Europeans
Languages: Tongan and English
Religions: Christian (Free Wesleyan Church)
Population: 103,036 (2011 census) ()
Median Age: total: 22.3 years (2015 est.)
Female: 22.8 years (2015 est.)
Male: 21.9 years (2015 est.)
Literacy Rate: 99.3978899.4%
Female: 99.4%
Male: 99.3%
Legal drinking age: 18
People of:
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Tonga | African people | Britannica.com


Tonga, Bantu-speaking people who inhabit the southern portion of Zambia and neighbouring areas of northern Zimbabwe and Botswana. Numbering more than  ...

A History of the Tonga People of Zimbabwe | toks62


Feb 13, 2011 ... In one of the remotest parts of Zimbabwe lives one of the most intriguing tribe of people, the Tonga people. It is a unique tribe of people that to ...

Tonga - National African Language Resource Center


Website: www.nalrc.indiana.edu. LANGUAGE & CULTURE. The Tonga language of Zambia is spoken by about 1.38 million people in Zambia and 137,000 in ...