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
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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,...
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Luo people of Kenya and Tanzania
The Luo (also called Joluo, singular Jaluo) are an ethnic group in western Kenya, northern Uganda, and in Mara Region in northern Tanzania. They are part of a larger group of ethno-linguistically rela...
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Maasai
Maasai may refer to:
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Mijikenda peoples
The Mijikenda ("the Nine Tribes") are nine Bantu ethnic groups inhabiting the coast of Kenya, between the Sabaki and the Umba rivers, in an area stretching from the border with Tanzania in the south t...
Mijikenda peoples - Wikipedia
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Gorowa people
The Gorowa are an ethnic group inhabiting the Manyara and Dodoma regions in Tanzania. They speak the Gorowa language as a mother tongue, which belongs to the South Cushitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic ...
Indians in Tanzania
There are currently over 40,000 people of Indian origin in Tanzania. Many of them are traders and they control a sizeable portion of the Tanzanian economy. Indians have a long history in Tanzania star...
Indians in Tanzania - Wikipedia
Dhaiso people
The Dhaiso, or Daiso, are an ethnic and linguistic group based at the foot of the Usambara Mountains in the Muheza District of Tanga Region in northeastern Tanzania. In 1999 the Dhaiso population was ...
Jiji people
Jiji refers to an ethnic and linguistic group based in Ujiji in Kigoma Region, Tanzania. In 1987 the Jiji population was estimated to number 12,000. However, Ethnologue has subsequently determined ...
Turu people
The Turu (Arimi, Wanyaturu) are an ethnic and linguistic group based in the Singida Region of north-central Tanzania who speak the Bantu Kinyaturu. In 1993 the Turu population was estimated to number...
Turu people - Wikipedia
Maasai people
The Maasai are a Nilotic ethnic group of semi-nomadic people inhabiting southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. They are among the best known local populations due to their residence near the many gam...
Maasai people - Wikipedia
Nindi people
The Nindi are an astari putri group based in southern Tanzania, in the Songea District of Ruvuma Region close to the border with Mozambique. Ethnologue estimates that the Nindi population is now only...
Iramba people
The Nilamba (also called Nyilamba) are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Shinyanga Region in northern Tanzania. In 1987 the Nilamba population was estimated to number 400,000, with 50,000 other...
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...
Jita people
The Jita are an ethnic and linguistic group based in Mara Region in northern Tanzania, on the southeastern shore of Lake Victoria. In 2005 the Jita population was estimated to number 205,000 [1].
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...
Rwa people
The Rwa are an ethnic and linguistic group based around Mount Meru in the Arusha Region of Tanzania. In 1987 the Rwa population was estimated to number 90,000 [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...
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,...
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 ...
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].
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...