The Ivory Coast doesn't want to translate its name. It wants to be known as Côte d'Ivoire.JonnieJag said:I thought of that but it often seems that websites from French-speaking African countries don't always make the effort to translate. I often find
the Ivory Coast as Côte d'Ivoire for example.
What I really need is a definitive glossary. I mean there has to be one right ? I hope!
I found this on the web simply by typing in "What are the people of Chad called?"What are the people of Chad called?
- Chadians & Chadiens. The people of Chad belong to a variety of ethnic groups. Northern and central Chad consist of Muslim (Arab) ethnic groups including the Toubou, Hadjerai, Fulbe, Kotoko, Kanembou, Baguirmi, Boulala, Zaghawa, and Maba. Southern Chad consists of non-Muslim (black African peoples) ethnic groups including the Sara, Ngambaye, Mbaye, Goulaye, Moundang, Moussei, and Massa.
JonnieJag said:Here's another good one. What about people from Niger and people from Nigeria ?