About Shona Language
Statistics reveal that around 85% of Zimbabwe speak Shona, 12% are Ndebele, while the remaining 3% are minorities like the Tonga, Shangani, Venda. Venda has also descended from Shona. There are many similarities in the dialects in Shona language, and dialects only help in identifying the town or city a person belongs.
Further, Shona is also the name given to several groups of people in Zimbabwe and southern Mozambique. The language is also spoken by the inhabitants of Zambia, living in the Zambezi valley, in Chieftainess Chiawa's area. People who are the native Shona speaking practice agriculture and primarily growing beans, peanuts, corn, pumpkins, and sweet potatoes.
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WHAT CLIENTS ARE SAYING
Country Where Spoken
Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
Official Language of
Atlantic-Congo, Bantoid, Benue-Congo, Central, Narrow Bantu, Niger-Congo, Shona gogo, Southern, Volta-Congo
Karanga (Chikaranga), Korekore (Northern Shona, Goba, Gova, Shangwe), Zezuru (Chizezuru, Bazezuru, Bazuzura, Mazizuru, Vazezuru, Wazezuru).