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Sukuma is a Cogo-Niger or Bantu language of Tanzania, spoken in an area south east of Victoria Nyanza in a country between Mwanza, Shinyanga, Lake Eyasi and minutes south, 55 degrees east.In an orthography using roman script without special letters, and resembling that used for Swahili, it has been used in Bible translation and in religious literature.

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The Sukuma is the largest ethnic group in Tanzania, with an estimated 5.5 million members representing about 16 percent of the country's total population.

Sukuma means "north" and refers to "people of th The Sukuma live in northwestern Tanzania on or near the southern shores of Lake Victoria, and various areas administrative districts of the Mwanza, southwestern tip of Mara Region, Simiyu Region and Shinyanga Region.

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Unfortunately Arran was not insured, so Graham and Veronica worked extremely hard for more than a month under difficult conditions and in uncomfortable heat to make the minimum repairs absolutely necessary to get Arran in a fit state to sail back to South Africa.

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The northern area of their residence is in the famous Serengeti Plain.

Sukuma families have migrated southward, into the Rukwa Region and Katavi Region, encroaching on the territory of the Pimbwe. The Sukumaland is mostly a flat scrubless savannah plain between 910 and 1,200 metres (3,000 and 4,000 ft). Twenty to forty inches (51 to 100 cm) of rain fall from November to March.

Thereafter the wind continually abated until at 08h00 we were in a dead calm, still 20 miles from Zanzibar town.

Drifting assisted by the engine at times we arrived at the Zanzibar signal station at 16h30.

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