Ronga is a Bantu language spoken mainly in Mozambique,
and also South Africa by about 720,000 people. It is also
known as ShiRonga or GiRonga and belongs to the Tswa-Ronga
branch of the South-Eastern Bantu language family. Dialects
include Konde, Putru and Kalanga.
The Ronga alphabet is based on that of Tsonga as provided
by Methodist missionaries and Portuguese settlers.