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
Languages of Tanzania
Tanzania is a multilingual country. There are many languages spoken in the country, but no one language is spoken natively by a majority or a large plurality of the population. The Bantu Swahili langu...
Languages of Tanzania - Wikipedia
Religion in Tanzania
Current statistics on religion in Tanzania are unavailable because religious surveys have been eliminated from government census reports since 1967. Religious leaders and sociologists estimate that Mu...
Religion in Tanzania - Wikipedia
Public holidays in Tanzania
Public holidays in Tanzania are in accordance with the Public Holidays Ordinance (Amended) Act, 1966 and are observed throughout the nation.
The Public Holidays Ordinance (Amended) Act, 1966 lists...
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
Rwanda-Rundi
Rwanda-Rundi (Ruanda-Rundi) is a group of Bantu languages, specifically a dialect continuum, spoken in Central Africa. Neighboring dialects are mutually intelligible, but more distant ones may not be....
Shambala language
Shambala or Shambaa is a Bantu language of Tanzania.
Shambala, also Kishambala, (ki)Sambaa, (ki)Shambaa is spoken by the Shambaa in the Usambara mountains in the Lushoto District and Muheza Distri...
LGBT rights in Tanzania
Homosexuality in Tanzania is a socially taboo topic, and same-sex sexual acts are crimes punishable by the state.According to the 2007 Pew Global Attitudes Project, 95 percent of Tanzanian residents b...
Islam in Tanzania
Islam is the religion of about 35% of the people of Tanzania. On the mainland, Muslim communities are concentrated in coastal areas, with some large Muslim majorities also in inland urban areas especi...
Islam in Tanzania - Wikipedia
Christianity in Tanzania
The CIA World Factbook states that 30% of the population is Christian with Muslims being 35% and 35% practicing indigenous beliefs, though it is uncertain how up-to-date these figures are.A 2010 Pew s...
Christianity in Tanzania - Wikipedia
List of Tanzanian conservation organisations
This is a list of conservation, natural resource and ecology-related organisations in Tanzania, including both Tanzanian based organisations and international organisations represented in Tanzania.
Bahá'í Faith in Tanzania
The Bahá'í Faith in Tanzania begins when the first pioneer, Claire Gung, arrived in 1950 in what was then called Tanganyika. With the first Tanganyikan to join the religion in 1952 the first Bahá'í Lo...
Sonjo language
Sonjo, or Temi, is a Bantu language spoken in northern Tanzania, 30–40 miles west of Lake Natron. Ethnolinguistically, it is a displaced member of Guthrie’s E50 group, most other members of which are ...
Mass fainting in Tanzania
Mass fainting in Tanzania is a common phenomenon of mass hysteria that is experienced by junior school girls in Tanzania. In September 2008, 20 girls at a school in Tabora started fainting while takin...
Prostitution in Tanzania
Prostitution in Tanzania is illegal but widespread. Many women and young girls are forced into prostitution due to poverty, lack of job opportunities, culture, and the disintegration of the family uni...
Maharashtra Mandal in Dar es Salaam
The Maharashtra Mandal in Dar es Salaam is a Maharashtra Mandal—a social group consisting of diaspora of Maharashtra in India—based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.There are some similarities in words of S...