Bantu Language and Literature Resources

Bantu languages (From Wikipedia)
The Bantu languages (technically Narrow Bantu languages) constitute a grouping belonging to the Niger-Congo family.
Introduction to Bantu languages
The Bantu linguistic group covers an area from South Cameroon to almost the whole Southern Africa, including then Eastern and Central Africa.
Bantu languages
Bantu languages, a group of some 500 languages belonging to the Bantoid subgroup of the Benue-Congo branch of the Niger-Congo language family.
Introduction to Bantu tonology
Tonology is something quite exciting in Bantu studies. The accent or the tones exist in a large majority of languages in that area.
Developing Bantu Language (PDF Document)
Developing Bantu Language Descriptions in Swahili

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