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Superordinate site to the Hausa-Homepage and the Yobe LanguagesResearch Project. Additionally, there is a Chadic Newsletter which also includes full text documents ("Chadic Material Online") and an interactive map showing the different languages of the Chadic group. [editors ilissAfrica]
aflang.humnet.ucla.edu/chadic/chadic_family.html
Successeur de l'UDEAC la CEMAC a pour mission de promouvoir un développement harmonieux des états membres dans le cadre de l'institution d'un marché commun. [rédaction ilissAfrica]
www.cemac.int
Information and programme of the 3rd International Conference on Bantu Languages. You will also find the two links to the previous conferences. The 4th conference was cancelled due to several reasons, see: http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/events/bantu4/index.htm. [editors ilissAfrica]
www.africamuseum.be/research/human-sciences/linguistics/agenda/bantu3/
This site offers a bibliography of Nilo-Saharan languages and a list of scholars doing research in this field. The researchers' email addresses may not always be up to date, as the site's last update seems to have been in 2007. But once you have the names, you can go on looking for the person via internet or other. [editors ilissAfrica]
sumale.vjf.cnrs.fr/nilsah/index.html
Site about the Fang who mainly live in Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Cameroon and Congo-Brazzaville. The site mainly presents their language and their culture (music audio and video files with songtexts in Fang and translated, religion, origin and history, oral literature, ...). Furthermore there are some ... [editors ilissAfrica]
www.monefang.com
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