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SAVANNA LANGUAGES The native languages that are spoken in the savanna are Gur, Kulango, Bariba, Vyemo, Tyefo, Wara-Natyoro, Tusya, Chambamumuye, Mbum-Day, Bambukic and Waja-Kam. Most of these are former native languages and the only one that is standing strong in today’s savanna is Gur, also known as ‘Central Gur’. Central gur is a language with over 70 different branches of individual languages spoken in the savanna.

BY ISOBEL MADDEN, MEGHAN ARAPAKIS AND TANYA VORA


4. Languages