Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Cushites

Cushites

Introduction The Herero is an ethnic group inhabiting parts of Southern Africa. The majority reside in Namibia, with the remainder found in Botswana and Angola. Facts and figures About 250,000 members are alive today. Language They speak the Herero language, which belongs to the Bantu languages.   Religion and...

INTRODUCTION The Bilen—also variously transcribed as Blin or Bilin and also formerly known as the Bogo or North Agaw are an ethnic group on the Horn of Africa. They are primarily concentrated in central Eritrea, in and around the city of Keren and further south toward Asmara, the nation's capital. RELIGION AND...

INTRODUCTION The Oromo (Oromo: Oromoo; Oromo), are an ethnic group inhabiting Ethiopia, northern Kenya, and parts of Somalia. With 30 million members, they constitute the single largest ethnicity in Ethiopia and the wider Horn of Africa, at approximately 34.49% of Ethiopia's population according...

INTRODUCTION The Tigray (Tigre, Tigris, or Tigrinya) have a history that goes back thousands of years. According to Tigre an history, the empire, which later became the Ethiopian empire, was founded by Menelik (1889–1913), the son...