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The Bemba tribe migrated into Zambia from the Luba Kingdom present day Democratic Republic of Congo during the Bantu Migration, which took place between the 15th and 17th centuries. She had sons called Chiti, Nkole and Katongo who fled the Luba kingdom after a dispute.
They took with them followers and their sister Chilufya. In order to expand their kingdom, the Bemba raided smaller tribes, taking their land, resources and women. Nkole and Chiti eventually died and were buried at a place called Mwalule, which is now a royal burial ground where all Bemba chiefs addressed as Chitimukulu are buried.
The Bemba eventually settled in present-day Northern Province after they spotted a dead crocodile that they took to represent a good omen.
They named the capital Ngwena. Present-day Bemba society consists of 40 clans with different identifiers. With urbanisation, Bemba speakers can be found everywhere in Zambia including the capital city, Lusaka. It is a slash and burn system where trees are cut down and burnt and the ashes are then used to reduce the acidity of the soil.
Once the land has been overworked after three or four years , the Bemba tribe will move to another patch of land.