African Mythology

Algeria : Arab, Berber, Kabyle, Tuareg

Angola : Ambo, Bacongo, Chokwe, Kimbundu, Kongo, Luba, Luena, Luimbe, Lunda, Mbangala, Mbukushu, Mbunda, Ngangela, Ovimbundu, Tshokwe

Benin : Bargu, Bariba, Bini, Edo, Ewe, Fon, Igbo (Ibo), Kyama, Twi

Botswana: Mbukushu, Ngawaketse, Nguni, Palapye, San, Tswana, Yeye

Burkina Faso : Akan, Awuna, Bwa, Bobo-Fing, Djerema, Dogon, Gurunsi, Kasena, Korumba, Lobi, Lodagaa, Mossi, Nunuma, Talensi (Tallenzi), Tusyan

Burundi : Hutu (Bahutu), Rundi (Barundi), Tutsi (Watutsi), Twa (Batwa)

Cameroon : Bachama, Bafut, Baka, Bali, Bamenda, Bamileke, Bamoun, Bamum, Banen, Baranga, Bekom, Bulu, Duala, Ekoi, Fali, Fang, Gyelli, Keaka, Kpe, Malimba, Mambila, Mankon, Pangwe, Pongo, Tikar

Central African Republic: Aka, Baya, Benzele, Boloki, Fang, Pahouin, Zande

Chad : Bedouin, Fulani, Maodang, Massa, Sara, Tuareg

Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) : Adjuru, Agni, Akan, Anyi, Baoule, Dan, Ebrie, Guro, Kru, Kyama, Lobi, Mande, Senufo, Yakouba, Yaoure

Democratic Republic of the Congo : Ake, Alur, Bachwa, Bakuba, Bembe, Bindji, Bushongo, Buye, Bwaka, Efe, Goma, Hamba, Holoholo, Kongo, Kuba, Lega, Luangu, Luba, Lugbara, Lunda, Lwalwa, Mbole, Mbuti, Mongo, Ngombe, Nyanga, Pende, Salampasu, Soko, Solongo, Songye, Tswa, Upoto, Woyo,Yaka, Yombe, Zande

Djibouti : Affar, Issa

Equatorial Guinea : Bubi, Fang

Ethiopia : Amhara, Boran, Danakil, Galla, Ge’ez, Gelaba, Gofa, Gumuz, Hadya, Hamar, Ingassana, Kafa, Kemant, Koma, Konso, Kuca, Kullo, Kush, Male, Mao, Masongo, Mekan, Murle, Oromo, Sangama, Sidamo, Tigre, Uduk (Udhuk), Walamo, Zala

Gabon: Ambete, Baka, Bakota, Benga, Bota, Douma, Fang, Kota, Lumba, Mahongwe, Mpongwe, Punu

Gambia : Mandinka, Serer

Ghana : Akan, Anlo, Ashanti (Asante), Birifor, Dagomba, Ewe, Fante (Fanti), Ga, Grunshi, Kasena, Konkomba, Kulango, Mamprusi, Moshi, Talensi (Tallenzi), Twi

Guinea : Baga, Kissi, Kono, Landumo, Lodagaa, Mdinge, Nalou, Susu, Tenda, Tomo

Guinea Bissau : Bijogo

Kenya : Abaluyia, Boran, Digo, Duruma, Elgeyo, Embu, Gabbra, Giryama, Gush, Kamasya, Kamba (Akamba), Karamojong, Kavirondo, Kikuyu (Gikuyu), Kipsigis, Kony, Luhya, Luo, Maasai (Masai), Meru, Nandi, Okiet, Oromo, Pokomo, Pokot, Rabai, Suk, Swahili, Teita, Turkana, Yugusu (Vugusu)

Lesotho : Sotho (or Basotho)

Liberia : Bassa, Bete, Geh, Gio, Grebo, Guere, Kissi, Kono, Kpelle, Kra, Kru, Mano, Poro, Sande, Vai, Wobe

Libya : Arab, Berber, Tuareg

Malawi : Chewa, Makua, Maravi, Matengo, Ngonde, Ngoni, Nyanja, Tonga, Tumbuka, Yao

Mali : Bambara, Belle, Bozo, Dogon, Fulani, Fulbe, Habbe, Malinke, Mandé, Mandinka, Marka, Mdinge, Minyanka, Tuareg

Mauritania : Soninke

Morocco : Arab, Berber, Lamtuna

Mozambique: Chopi, Konde, Lenge, Makua, Ronga, Shambala, Shangaan (Shangana), Thonga, Tonga, Tsonga, Yao

Namibia : Aikwe, Ambo, Auen, Berg Damara, Damara, Herero, Himba, Mbukushu, Nama, Naron, Ovambo, San

Niger : Djerma, Ekoi, Fulani, Hausa, Isoko, Songhai, Tuareg

Nigeria : Abua, Afusare, Anang, Bachama, Basa, Binawa, Bini, Bura, Chamba, Chawai, Dorei, Dungi, Edo, Efik, Egede, Ekoi, Fulani, Gbari, Hausa, Ibibio, Idoma, Igbin, Igbira, Igbo (Ibo), Ijaw, Ijo, Indem, Isoko, Itsekiri, Iyala, Jen, Jompre, Jukun, Kadara, Kaibi, Kalabari, Kangoro, Katab, Kitmi, Kurama, Mama, Margi, Mumuye, Nkum, Nupe, Orri, Pabir, Piti, Pyem, Rishuwa, Rukuba, Rumaiya, Srubu, Tangale, Tiv, Urhobo, Yachi, Yako, Yoruba

Republic of the Congo : Aka, Alur, Baka, Balese, Baluba, Bambuti, Bavili, Bembe, Benzele, Bwande, Fang, Fiote, Gbaya, Hamba, Kete, Konjo, Kuba, Kukni, Kuyu, Kwele, Lalua, Lele, Lendu, Logo, Luena, Lugbara, Lunda, Mamvu-Mangutu, Ngombe, Nkundo, Sonata, Teke, Vili

Rwanda : Hutu (Bahutu), Nyarwanda (Banyarwanda), Rundi (Barundi), Tutsi (Watutsi)

Senegal : Bassari, Diola, Fulani, Mandinka, Peul (Fula), Sarakholé, Serer, Tukulor (Tukuleur), Wolof

Sierra Leone : Kono, Limba, Mendi (Mendi), Tembe Togo Bassari, Ewe, Fon, Konkomba, Krachi, Moba

Somalia : Pokomo, Sanye, Somali

South Africa : Fingo, Hurutshe, Khoikhoi, Lovedu (Luvedu), Ndebele, Pedi, Pondo, San, Tembu, Thonga, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda (Bavenda), Xhosa, Zulu

Sudan : Ama, Anuak, Azande, Bari, Beir, Bongo, Bor, Burun, Didinga, Dilling, Dinka, Fajulu, Gaalin, Jo Luo, Jumjum, Kakwa, Kuku, Lokoiya, Lotuko, Lugbara, Mahraka, Meban, Mondari, Moru, Ndogo, Nuba, Nuer, Sara, Shilluk, Topotha, Zande

Swaziland : Swazi

Tanzania : Arusha, Asu, Bena, Bondei, Chagga (Chaga), Fipa, Gogo, Haya, Hehe, Holoholo, Kimbu, Kuulwe, Luguru, Maasai (Masai), Makonde, Nyakyusa, Nyamwezi, Pare, Safwa, Sandawe, Shambaa, Sonjo, Sonyo, Sukuma, Sumbwa, Swahili, Turu, Zaramo, Ziba, Zigula, Zinza

Tunisia : Arab, Berber, Maktar

Uganda : Acholi, Alur, Amba, Ankole, Ankore, Bakene, Banyoro (Bunyoro), Basoga, Ganda, Gisu, Gwere, Jie, Karamoja, Kiga, Konjo, Kyiga, Lango, Lugbara, Luo, Madi, Nyankole, Nyankore, Nyoro, Pokot, Sebei, Teso, Teuso, Toro

Western Sahara : Arab, Berber

Zambia : Ambo, Aushi, Bauchi, Bemba, Ila, Kaonde, Lala, Lamba, Lenje, Lozi, Luapula, Luena, Lunda, Luyi, Mbundu, Nyanja, Rotse (Barotse), Totele

Zimbabwe : Karanga, Korekore, Makoni, Matabele, Ndebele, Rotse, Shangaan (Shangana), Shona, Thonga, Venda, Zezeni

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