The World. Africa (physical features). Africa (population density). Africa (climate). Languages of the World. Language Groups of Africa. Bantu languages – Southern Africa (400 languages, 100 million speakers).
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Language Approx. # of speakers Main geographic areaFang 560 000 Cameroon, GabonBoulou CameroonEwondo CameroonDouala 400 000 CameroonBamileke 2 million CameroonLuva 6.3 million Congo-KinshasaTshiluba 6 million Congo-KinshasaLingala 8 million Central African Republic, Congo-Brazzaville, Congo-KinshasaKikongo 6 million Angola, Congo-Brazzaville, Congo-KinshasaKituba 5 million Congo (South)Luganda 4 million UgandaMakoua UgandaKinyarwanda-Kirundi 15 million Rwanda, Burundi
Language Approx. # of speakers Main geographic areaSwahili 30 million Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Congo DR, Rwanda, BurundiKikouyou 4.6 million KenyaSukuma TanzaniaBemba ZambiaNyanja (chewa, chinyanja) 3.2 million Malawi, ZambiaKimbundu 3 million AngolaUmbundu 4 million AngolaShona 10 million Mozambique, Zambia, ZimbabweSotho 3.5 million South AfricaTswana 3 million South Africa, BotswanaZulu 5 million South AfricaNdebele 1 million Zimbabwe, South AfricaXhosa 4 million South AfricaComorian languages 900 000 Comoros
West Central Africa (Congo River Basin)
East Africa (Tanzania)