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THE BANTU MIGRATIONSThe term Bantu refers to different ethnic groups which speak similar languages with a common root NTU which means a person and are found in Africa South of a line running from the Bight of Biafra to the Indian Ocean near the Kenya-Somali border and all the way down to South Africa.GROUP | AREA OF ORIGIN | PERSON SINGULAR | PLURAL FOR PERSON |The Kongo | Atlantic Ocean | Muntu | Bantu |The Swahili | Indian Ocean | Mtu | Watu |The Duala | Cameroon | Moto | Bato |The Mongo | Equatorial Forests | Bonto | Banto |The Xhosa | Eastern Cape | Umntu | Abantu |The Shona | Zimbabwe | Munhu | Vanhu |The Ndebele | Western Zimbabwe | Umntu | Abantu || | | |Dr Wilhelm Bleek in 1862 [A Comparative Grammar of South African Languages] postulated that the many languages spoken across central, southern, eastern and parts of western Africa must be part of a single langu

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