Demographics of Tanzania
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Tanzania, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations,...
Demographics of Tanzania - Wikipedia
List of ethnic groups in Tanzania
This is a list of ethnic groups in Tanzania.There are more than 260 tribes in Tanzania.Groups names are listed without any prefix, although many groups refer to themselves with a prefix from their own...
List of ethnic groups in Tanzania - Wikipedia
Kuria people
The Kuria (also known as AbaKuria, as they prefer to call themselves) are a community of Bantu people who inhabit Kenya.
The people now known as Abakuria are of diverse origins and clans. Before t...
Kuria people - Wikipedia
Segeju people
The Segeju are an ethnic and linguistic group from Muheza District, Tanga Region, Tanzania, between the city of Tanga and the Kenyan border. The people are historically related to the Dhaiso. In 20...
Ndali people
The Ndali are an ethnic and linguistic group from Mbeya Region, Tanzania and northern Malawi. In 1987 the Ndali population of Tanzania was estimated to number 150,000, and in 2003 the population in M...
Okiek people
The Okiek (Ogiek: [oɡiɛk]), sometimes called the Ogiek or Akiek (although the term Akiek sometimes refers to a distinct subgroup), are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Northwestern Tanzania, So...
Nilotic peoples
Nilotic peoples or Nilotes refers to related ethnic groups mainly inhabiting the Nile Valley, and parts of Central Africa and East Africa, who speak Nilotic languages, a large sub-group of the Nilo-Sa...
Nilotic peoples - Wikipedia
Wanji people
The Wanji are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Makete District, in the Kipengere Mountains of Njombe Region in southern Tanzania. In 2003 the Wanji population was estimated to number 28,000 [1...
Zanaki people
The Zanaki are an ethnic and linguistic group from the heart of Mara Region, Tanzania, to the east of Lake Victoria. In 1987 the Zanaki population was estimated to number 62,000. The group is subdivi...
Kerewe people
The Kerewe (locally: Wakerewe) are an ethnic and linguistic group based on Ukerewe Island in the Tanzanian section of Lake Victoria.
In 1987 the Kerewe population was estimated to number 100,000.
Manda people
The Manda are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Ludewa District in the Iringa Region of southern Tanzania, along the eastern shore of Lake Malawi. In 2002 the Manda population was estimated to ...
Pimbwe language
The Pimbwe are an ethnic and linguistic group based in the Rukwa Region of western Tanzania, in the neighbourhood of Mpimbwe to the northwest of Lake Rukwa
Lambya people
The Lambya, also known as the Nkoya, are an ethnic and linguistic group based along the border of northwestern Malawi and in Mbeya Region, Tanzania. A minority also exists in Zambia. In 2001 the Lamby...
Malila people
The Malila are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Mbeya Region in south-western Tanzania. In 2003 the Malila population was estimated to number 65,000 [1].
Ndamba people
The Ndamba is an ethnic and linguistic group based in south-central Tanzania whose population was 79,000 in 1987. They are found in south central, the Morogoro Region, northeast of Bena, southeast of...
Kisi people
The Kisi are an ethnic and linguistic group from Njombe Region, Tanzania, on the northwestern shore of Lake Malawi. In 2001 the Kisi population was estimated to number 18,000, of whom 10,200 spoke the...
Ndonde people
The Ndonde, or Ndonde Hamba, are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Nachingwea District, in the Lindi Region of southern Tanzania. In 2002 the Ndonde population was estimated to number between 1...
Sandawe people
The Sandawe are an indigenous ethnic group of Southeast Africa, based in the Kondoa district of Dodoma Region in central Tanzania. They were predominantly hunter-gatherers before Europeans colonized A...
Ngurimi people
The Ngurimi are an ethnic and linguistic group based in northern Tanzania near the border with Kenya. In 1987 the Ngurimi population was estimated to number 32,000 [1].
Rungwa people
The Rungwa are an ethnic and linguistic group based in the Mpanda District of Rukwa Region in western Tanzania. In 1987 the Rungwa population was estimated to number 18,000 [1].
Makua people
The Makua are a Bantu ethnic group of Southeast Africa and Southern Africa and the largest ethnic group in Mozambique, and also have a large population across the border in the Masasi District of Mtwa...
Makua people - Wikipedia
Vinza people
The Vinza (Swahili: Wavinza)are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Kigoma Region, Tanzania. In 1987 the Vinza population was estimated to number 10,000 [1].
Mwanga people
Winamwanga (also known as Namwanga or Nyamwanga) are found in northern Zambia and southwestern Tanzania. They speak Nyamwanga or Chinamwanga. In 1993 the Mwanga population was estimated to number 256,...
Sagara people
The Sagara (or Sagala) are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Morogoro Region, southern Dodoma Region, and parts of Iringa Region in Tanzania. In 1987 the Sagara population was estimated to numb...
Nyamwezi people
The Nyamwezi, or Wanyamwezi, are one of the Bantu groups of Southeast Africa and the second-largest of over 120 ethnic groups in Tanzania. The Nyamezi people's ancestral homeland is in parts of Tabora...
Nyamwezi people - Wikipedia
Mpoto people
The Mpoto are an ethnic and linguistic group based in the Mbinga District of Ruvuma Region in southern Tanzania, along the northeast shore of Lake Malawi. In 1977 the Mpoto population was estimated t...
Machinga people
The Machinga are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Lindi Region on the southern Indian Ocean coast of Tanzania. In 1987 the Machinga population was estimated to number 36,000 [1].
Nyasa people
The Nyasa are a people of southeastern Africa, concentrated mainly in Malawi, southwestern Tanzania and parts of northern Mozambique. The people are also known as the Kimanda, Kinyasa and Manda. Signi...