Peopling of Africa Began From Northeast Horn to West Then South the Kushites Pushed Further After Ice Age


The Manding, Bantu, and Swahili languages of western, central, and southern Africa are of the so-called Niger-Congo family of languages, Hamitic, all languages come from Kushites who first settled during the Ice Age in the region of the Horn of Africa and the upper Nile across where today is the Sahara desert, and when the Ice Age ended circa 1500 b. c., down into central and southern Africa.