The Bantu people don't speak religion. Furthermore, Bantu is a group of languages, not an ethnic group. People who speak Bantu languages practice many different religions.
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The word "Bantu" and its variants mean "people" or "human."
If you include all of the 535 Bantu Languages, the answer is in the neighborhood of 120 million.
Bantu. they live in Bantu
a large group of central and southern africans who speak related languages
There is not a ruler called Bantu. Bantu refers to the Bantu peoples; that id the over 400 peoples of Africa speak a Bantu language and the group of 250 mutually intelligible Bantu languages and 535 dialects.
Bantu is a term to describe some 300 to 600 ethnic groups who speak Bantu languages from Central and Eastern to South Africa. The largest individual group are the Zulu with 10 millions of people. There are about 250 languages in all spoken by 60 million people
Africa Where the Bantu people come from?
The Lozi people speak Silozi, a central Bantu language.Silozi is also known as Rozi or the Lozi Language.
Bantu is an ethnical group of people from Africa.
The Bantu people originated in central Africa.