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African people general overview 
African peoples resources information for 107 African cultures, Akan, Akuapem, Akye, Anyi, Aowin, Asante, Babanki, Baga, Bali, Bamana, Bamileke, Bamum, Bangubangu, Bangwa, Baule, Beembe, Bembe, Benin, Berber, Bidyogo, Bobo, Bushoong, Bwa, Cameroon, Chokwe, Dan, Diomande, Djenne, Dogon, Eket, Esie, Fang, Fante, Fon, Frafra, Fulani, Hausa, Hemba, Holoholo, Ibibio, Idoma, Igbira, Igbo, Igbo Ukwu, Ijo, Kabre, Karagwe, Kassena, Katana, Kom, Kongo, Kota, Kuba, Kusu, Kwahu, Kwere, Laka, Lega, Lobi, Luba, Luchazi, Luluwa, Lunda, Luvale, Lwalwa, Maasai, Makonde, Mambila, Mangbetu, Manja, Mbole, Mende, Mitsogo, Mossi, Mumuye, Ngbaka, Nkanu, Nok, Nuna, Oron, Owo, Pende, Pokot, Punu, San, Sapi, Senufo, Shambaa, Shona, Songo, Songye, Suku, Swahili, Tabwa, Tuareg, Urhobo, We, Winiama, Wodaabe, Wolof, Woyo, Wum, Yaka, Yombe, Yoruba, Zaramo, Zulu
African tribes groups There are many different people groups and tribes across the continent of Africa - with their culture varying from tribe to tribe, Ethnic groups in Africa
Black Kingdoms of the Nile
Living Africa: the people population, ethnic groups, language groups, religions, cities of africa, Bantu, Berber, Dinka, Fulani, Hausa, Khoikhoi, Manding, Luba, Lunda, Malinke, Moors, Nuer, Pygmies, Semites, Swahili, Tuareg, Xhosa, and Yoruba, Dinka, Fulani, Ganda, Hamites, Hausa, Hottentot, Kikuyu
African people list 
Akan information
Akuapem information
Anyi information
Axum the Aksumites lived in the Ethiopian highlands near the Red Sea, and so enjoyed a strategic position in the trade routes between Yemen (in the south of the Arabian peninsula) and the cities of Nubia
Bobo people Bobo people
Bobo people
Bobo people The Bobo are an ethnic group living in Burkina Faso although the area occupied by the Bobo extends north into Mali
Bushmen San tribe
Bushmen San people, Kalahari peoples, the San, who are also called the Khwe (Khoe), Basarwa, or Bushmen, are some of the best-known groups of people in the world
Bushmanland the San, popularly known as "Bushmen", are the oldest ethnic group in Namibia
Emperors of Ethiopia (Abyssinia)
Ethiopia's peoples
Gambia: stones circles of The Gambia
Gana and Gwi Bushmen of Botswana Gana and Gwi Bushmen of Botswana
Ga people of Ghana
Garamantes of the Fezzan the major tribal groups inhabiting the northern Libyan Sahara in classical antiquity, the Garamantes, down?
Hausa culture unit
Kalahari peoples currently, there are over 95,000 people defined as San (Bushmen) in southern Africa. Nearly half of these people are in the Republic of Botswana, and a third are in Namibia
Kung of the Kalahari they refer to themselves as the Zhun/twasi, "the real people," and are also referred to as the !Kung San
Kwanzaa history of the Kwanzaa holiday
Lemba people the fascinating story of the Lemba tribe of Jews that left judea 2,500 years ago, lemba, BaLemba, BaSenna, Senna, black jews, isaac, abraham, joseph, israel, palestine, yemen, ethiopia, kenya, Bhuba, buba, Y chromosome
Maasai Maasai people
Maasai Maasai people, the Maasai people of East Africa live in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania along the Great Rift Valley on semi-arid and arid lands. The Maasai occupy a total land area of 160,000 square kilometers with a population of approximately one half million people
Maasai people
Maasai history
Masai people
Nuba survival
Nubia Nubia is located in today's southern Egypt and northern Sudan. This land has one of the harshest climates in the world. The temperatures are high throughout most of the year, and rainfall is infrequent
Ogoni people Shell in Nigeria
Sudan archaeology the home of the earliest kingdoms and civilisations south of the Sahara, the rich archaeological heritage of Sudan and Nubia still remains little known, Kerma (c.2500-1500 BCE), the Kushite/Meroitic Empire (c.800 BCE-350 CE), the prosperous medieval Nubian kingdoms and the great Sultanates of Funj Sennar and Darfur of the post-medieval period
Sudan101 Nuba Mountain, Kabbabish, Baggara, Beja, Sudanese Arabs, Masalit, Zaghawa, Rashaida
Sumerian civilization Iraqi archaeologists are striving to bring to light what they describe as Mesopotamia's largest "city of graves," where the Sumerians buried their dead nearly 5,000 years ago
Timbuktu: reality of a place
Wodaabe Wodaabe peoples are acutually a subgroup of the larger Fulbe-speaking Fulani
Yoruba culture to promote the Yoruba culture in Africa and in diaspora
Zimbabwe: the great city of stone
Zimbabwe: the great city of stone

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