|Native to||Tanzania, Zambia|
|Ethnicity||Mambwe, Lungu, Fipa|
|500,000 (2002 & 2010 censuses)|
Cilungu/Lungu (Ichirungu, Adong)
Fipa-Mambwe (Kifipa cha kimambwe)
The Mambwe and Lungu peoples living at the southern end of Lake Tanganyika in Tanzania and Zambia speak a common language with minor dialectical differences. Perhaps half of the Fipa people to their north speak it as a native language. When spoken by the Fipa, it is called "Fipa-Mambwe"; this is also the term for the branch of Bantu languages which includes Fipa and Mambwe-Lungu.
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