|African Language Materials Archive (ALMA)|
Digital resources in several West African Languages (Wolof , Mandinka , Pulaar) comprising literary works , articles on oral history and culture , religious texts , newspapers , and bilingual translations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
|African Language Technology (AFLAT)|
Application of informatics tools to the analysis and documentation of African languages , including many original articles and several part-of-speech taggers.
Information on South African languages as well as on Swahili and Cilubà (spoken in the Democratic Republic of the Congo) , containing overviews , dictionaries and links.
A multilingual peer-review e-journal about African Studies (with emphasis on languages) published by the Department of African Studies , University of Cologne.
|Bantu Languages on the Net|
General information and classification of Bantu languages , a search engine specific for Bantu , linguistic tools and links.
|Classification of the Bantu languages|
A book about the classification of this very large and complex group of languages published by Malcom Guthrie in 1948 which became standard (with later modifications).
|Comparative Bantu Online Dictionary|
A lexicographic database , at the University of California , Berkeley , including a list of reconstructed Proto-Bantu roots and their reflection in many daughter languages. Besides , the database incorporates dictionaries of selected Bantu languages.
|Homepage of Houni Filip Maho|
An assorted collection of articles , bibliographies and links on Sub-Saharan languages and especially on Bantu.
|Journal of West African Languages|
The Journal of West African Languages publishes articles , twice a year , on all aspects of languages and linguistics relevant to Sub-Saharan West Africa. All articles prior to 2002 are available for free download.
|Mandenkan. Bulletin of Mande Linguistic Studies|
Published from 1982 , all of its 50 numbers are available online. The articles , in English or French , deal with the Mande languages , one of the branches (or families) of Niger-Congo.
|Nordic Journal of African Studies|
A journal published by the Nordic Association of African Studies , fully available online , focusing on African languages , literatures and cultures.
|South African Voices|
Collection of oral stories and poems , in Xhosa and Zulu , recorded by Professor Harold Scheub in South Africa in the late 1960s and 1970s. Presented in three volumes , available online , by the University of Wisconsin , with audio files and transcripts.
|Studies in African Linguistics|
A freely accessible electronic journal publishing all kind of articles on African language data and analysis from 1970 to the present.
|The 200 Word Project|
A project of Boston University to teach a basic vocabulary , pronounced by native speakers , of six major African languages: Xhosa , Zulu , Swahili , Wolof , Hausa and Amharic (the first four belong to Niger-Congo).
|The Allex Project|
A joint project between the Universities of Oslo and Zimbabwe designed to describe and promote the African languages of Zimbabwe. It provides books and thesis about Shona and Ndebele , the two most widely spoken languages of the country , besides a Shona