Today the majority of Tanzanians are of Bantu descent; the Sukuma—who live in the north of the country, south of Lake Victoria—constitute the largest group.
Are Tanzanians mixed?
Approximately 95% of Tanzanians may be roughly classified as Bantu, a comparatively recent blend mainly of Hamitic and Negroid stocks. Tribes range in membership from only a few thousand to the Sukuma tribe, which numbers more than 2 million. Other major tribes include the Nyamwezi, Makonde, Haya, and Chagga.
Does Tanzania have whites?
In Tanzania there are only a few thousand whites, most of them working on contract or for international development agencies.
Is Tanzania an African country?
The United Republic of Tanzania is an East African country bordering the Indian Ocean. The country includes the island of Zanzibar. Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest point in Africa.
Is Tanzania a poor country?
In terms of per capita income, Tanzania is one of the worlds poorest economies. The economy is primarily fueled by agriculture, which accounts for more than one-quarter of the countrys gross domestic product.