The Kahe are an ethnic and linguistic group based southeast of Moshi in Kilimanjaro RegionTanzania. The Kahe language, or Kikahe, is in the Chagga cluster of Bantu languages. Three dialects are recognized: Kimwangaria, Msengoni and Kichangareni. Kikahe is spoken by 9130 people, and is one of the smaller language communities in Tanzania.
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