Bongo people (South Sudan)

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Not to be confused with Bongo people (Gabon).

The Bongo are an ethnic group living in South Sudan, mostly in the Tonj District.[1] They speak the Bongo language, one of the Bongo-Baka languages. Unlike the Dinka and other Nilotic groups, the Bongo are not a cattle herding people and do not use cows for bride price. Subsistence farming is the primary source of food, though money is obtained by working in forestry, building, selling honey, and other various means.

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