Sub Saharan Africans
of course! Generally sub-Saharan Africans consider themselves Africans....
Sub-Saharan Africans, or people of that descent.
Sub saharan Africans or blacks
Yes, Sub-Saharan Africans do get skin cancer, but it is less common.
Apart from the fact that many of them had no written language, they were quite possibly t0o busy just surviving.
Sub-Saharan Africa is a general term for the countries in Africa that are south of the Sahara Desert. That includes a large amount of countries and they would each have their own official languages. So there is no single official language of Sub-Saharan Africa.
The most widely spoken language of Sub-Saharan Africa is English, followed by French.
Africans. Elizabethans used the word "moor" to refer to both North Africans and sub-Saharan Africans. Othello has been played both ways.
No, there are as many different cultures as there are languages in southern Africa..
Sub-Saharan Africa is the part of Africa south of the Saharan Desert (sub means below) .
Yes, Zimbabwe is in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Yes. Everyone, other than Sub-Saharan Africans, have 1 to 4 percent Neanderthal DNA in them.
Sub-Saharan Africa is south (sub = below) of the Sahara Desert.
The primary bio-fuels in Sub-Saharan African is biomass. Biomass is used in Sub-Saharan Africa in the form of charcoal and wood.
No part. Sub-Saharan refers to the portion of Africa that lies below (or to the south of) the Sahara
Yes! Madagascar, although it is not connected to the body of Africa is considered a country of sub Saharan Africa. Remember that sub means below (ex: submarine means below the sea) and Saharan is the Saharan desert in Africa, so putting two and two together sub Saharan Africa is "below the Saharan desert of Africa"
Everyone, except for Sub-Saharan Africans, carry 1 to 4 percent Neanderthal DNA in their genome.
Elizabeth Marunda has written: 'Community revolving fund for Sub Saharan Africa'