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Bamiléké

Bamiléké  

A term commonly used to refer to several ethnic groups of Cameroon.The name Bamiléké comes from the phrase mba lekeo, or “the people who live over there,” which was ...
Central and East Africa

Central and East Africa  

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It is not easy to delineate precise boundaries for the dance cultures of Central and East Africa, because the political boundaries reflect the European colonial partition of Africa, not its ...
Ndowe

Ndowe  

Coastal people of Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon, and Gabon.Ndowe is a name broadly given to the Bantu-speaking coastal people of Equatorial Guinea. The two primary ethnic groups who speak the ...
West Africa

West Africa  

Shakespeare is said to have first reached African waters on board a ship, anchored off Sierra Leone in 1607, where performances of Hamlet and Richard II were given. As was ...

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