Niefang is a city in Equatorial Guinea. It is located in Centro Sur Province and has a (2005 est.) population of 4858. The city was formerly named Sevilla de Niefang during Spanish occupation. Niefang was traditionally the western border of the Fang tribal area. Its name means "Limit of the Fang". More to the west were the areas of the coastal Bantu-tribes referred to as "Playeros" (Beach People in Spanish): Combes, Bujebas, Balengues, and Bengas. Niefang lies on the Benito River.
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