Tokaleya Language

Tokaleya is a language spoken in Livingstone, Kazungula and parts of Zimba and Kalomo districts of Zambia’s Southern Province by the Batoka-Leya people.

Tokaleya language has approximately 70,000 native speakers.

The language has 2 dialects; Batoka and Baleya.

They comprise two related groups, the Toka (Batoka) and the Leya (Baleya).

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