Chalo Chatu:Today's featured article/December 27, 2016

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The Tonga people (also called Batonga) are a Bantu ethnic group of southern Zambia. They are related to the Batoka who are part of the Tokaleya people in the same area, and also to the Tonga people of Malawi. In southern Zambia they are patrons of the Kafue Twa. The Tonga language of Zambia is spoken by about 1.38 million people in Zambia. The Tonga People were settled along Lake Kariba after the construction of the Kariba Dam wall. (Full article...)