South Volta Congo languages

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South Volta Congo is a genetic subunit of the Volta Congo (a primary branch of the Niger-Congo languages ), which consists of the subgroups Kwa and Benue-Congo . In total, around 300 million people speak one of the South Volta Congo languages ​​in West, Central and South Africa. The numerous Bantu languages also belong to the South Volta Congo .

All further information in the article Volta-Congo languages and in the articles on the subunits of the South Volta-Congo.