Quote Originally Posted by Sabz View Post
It is mostly Nguni speakers not the Sotho Tswana speakers who have an average of 8% Nilotic ancestry. Also there is about 20 to 30 percent prevalence of E2b1 y haplogroup amongst Nguni speakers. But the distinction between different ethnicities are disappearing due to intermarriage amongst various South African groups.
Do you know which branch of E1b1b is the most prevalent among Nguni speakers? I would assume it is E-M293