Nyamwezi


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a Bantu language spoken in central Tanzania

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In the 1990s and 2000s, migration of the Maasai, Gogo, Sukuma and Nyamwezi people into Sumbawanga increased the number of livestock in the area than how it was during the previous period (UTR 1990s; URT 2000s).
1) Ray Abrahams, 'Law and Order and the State in the Nyamwezi and Sukuma Area of Tanzania', Africa, Vol.
Combating crime among the Sukuma and Nyamwezi of WestCentral Tanzania.
In tandem with the value of the slave trade to these kingdoms, middlemen, like Swahili and the Nyamwezi, occupied a crucial role in the growth of the slave trade in the interior.
The African population consists of more than 120 ethnic groups, of which the Sukuma, Haya, Nyakyusa, Nyamwezi, and Chaga have more than 1 million members each.
The majority of Tanzanians, including such large tribes as the Sukuma (the only group with more than a million members) and the Nyamwezi, are of Bantu stock.
1989 "Law and Order and the State in the Nyamwezi and Sukuma Area of Tanzania.
In the 1870s, a Nyamwezi leader named Mirambo would compete with the Zulu leader Shaka for the title of the African Napoleon.