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The Hemba people (or Eastern Luba, Bahemba) are a Bantu ethnic group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).

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Hemba people

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The Hemba people (or Eastern Luba, Bahemba) are a Bantu ethnic group in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The Hemba language belongs to a group...

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Hemba language

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Hemba (Emba), also known as Eastern Luba, is a Bantu language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. It is spoken by the Hemba people. Yazi may be a...

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in African culture, as people find their resemblance to humans discomforting. The Gio people of Liberia and the Hemba people of the Congo have created...

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the absorbed aboriginal peoples was transferred to the Twa. Batwa and Abatwa are Bantu plural forms, translating to "Twa people". All Pygmy and Twa populations...

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African art

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pigments; by Yaka people; Rietberg Museum (Zürich, Switzerland) Chair (throne) of a chief; 19th or early 20th century; wood; by Hemba people; Rietberg Museum...

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Bembe people

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many ethnic traditions, including pre-Lega, Boyo-Kunda, Hemba and Bemba. A semi-nomadic people, who often settled in forest environments, the Bembe tended...

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Lukuga River

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form a territory that was once occupied by the Hemba people in the western part and the Tumbwe people in the more mountainous east. Kasangas of the Tumbwe...

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Suku people

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and control anti-social behavior, like the kakungu. The hemba mask is exclusive to the Suku people. It is made from a cylindrical piece of wood carved into...

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Tsonga language

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sweswi – We are working right now, Ma hemba – You (plural) are lying, Wa hemba – You (singular) are lying, Wa hemba – S/He is lying, With the plural va...

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Classification of Pygmy languages

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Upemba Twa or Luba Twa (Cwa) of the Upemba Depression speak Luba-Katanga, Hemba, Songe, and Taabwa.[citation needed] The Bangweulu Twa of Bangweulu Swamps...

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Albert Nyembo

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context of anti-Kasaï sentiments. Nyembo was the President of a group of Hemba people from Kongolo, Assobako, which went on to adhere to CONAKAT. During the...

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April 2022 Benue State killings

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against bandits and herdsmen. The Security Adviser to Ortom, Lt. Col. Paul Hemba, stated that the death toll was likely to increase as bodies were still...

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2023 Nigerian presidential election

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wins Taraba ahead of Obi, Tinubu". Premium Times. Retrieved 1 March 2023. Hemba, Joe (27 February 2023). "In major upset, Atiku defeats Tinubu in APC stronghold...

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Pogolo language

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The Pogoro (also Pogolo) are an ethnic and linguistic peoples based in Iringa Region and Morogoro Region, Tanzania. Pogolo at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)...

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List of massacres in Nigeria

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Will. "Nigeria militants kill dozens in Borno state attack". BBC News. Hemba, Joe (26 February 2014). "Nigerian Islamists kill 59 pupils in boarding...

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Tumbwe people

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people. Other people in the region include the related Luba, Tabwa and Hemba. The Tumbwe Chiefdom is an administrative area around the port of Kalemie...

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Venda language

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spoken by the Venda people or Batswetla in the northern part of South Africa's Limpopo province, as well as by some Lemba people in South Africa. Setswetla...

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Gusii language

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Victoria and the border with Tanzania). It is spoken natively by 2.2 million people (as of 2009), mostly among the Abagusii. Ekegusii has only two dialects:...

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Swahili language

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known by its local name Kiswahili, is the native language of the Swahili people, who are found primarily in Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique (along the East...

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2023 Nigerian Senate election

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Yobe senatorial candidate writes APC". The Punch. Retrieved 14 June 2022. Hemba, Joe. "After losing APC primary, Lawan faces senatorial loss as placeholder...

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Xhosa language

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Zimbabwe. Xhosa is spoken as a first language by approximately 10 million people and as a second language by another 11 million, mostly in South Africa,...

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List of contemporary ethnic groups

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G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z by status: List of Indigenous peoples List of diasporas List of stateless nations regional lists: Ethnic groups...

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Herero language

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language spoken by the Herero and Mbanderu peoples in Namibia and Botswana, as well as by small communities of people in southwestern Angola. There were 250...

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Luba art

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varies regionally and has also influenced the art of neighboring peoples including the Hemba and the Boyo. Most of the Luba art in Western collections was...

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Makhuwa language

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Bantu language of northern Mozambique. It is spoken by 4 million Makua people, who live north of the Zambezi River, particularly in Nampula Province,...

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L231 Binji L30 L31a Luba-Kasai L31b Lulua L32 Kanyoka L33 Luba-Katanga L34 Hemba L35 Sanga [L301 Kebwe L331 Zeela L40 L41 Kaonde L50 L51 Salampasu L52 Lunda...

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Meru language

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Meru is a Bantu language spoken by the Meru people (Ameru) who live on the Eastern and Northern slopes of Mount Kenya and on the Nyambene ranges. They...

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Ilunga Sungu

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remained there, settling among the local Holoholo people and paying tribute to the Luba emperors. The Hemba also became tributaries to the Luba, headed by...

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