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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:


The Tonga people of Zambia and Zimbabwe (also called 'Batonga') are a Bantu ethnic group of southern Zambia and neighbouring northern Zimbabwe, and to ...


The Tonga are an ethnic group living in northern Malawi on the shores of Lake Malawi in the region around Nkhata Bay and Chintheche. They are to be ...


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.


Tonga - People & Culture. Tonga's people are Polynesian, with a total population of about 101,134. Tonga is very much about its people and culture. Tongans ...


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


Sep 26, 2012 ... Tonga: Bantu-speaking people who inhabit the southern portion of Zambia and neighbouring areas of northern Zimbabwe and Botswana.


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 ...


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 ...


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 ...