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The Zande languages are half a dozen closely related languages of the Central African Republic, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and South Sudan. The most populous language is Zande proper, with over a million speakers.
Zande languages Wikipedia
Per Boyd (1988), the structure of the family is as follows:Barambo–Pambia: Barambu, Pambia, Ngala of Santandrea
Zande–Nzakara: Geme, Nzakara, Zande
Zande was once included among the Ubangian languages, but that is no longer tenable. It is not clear if it is a member of the Niger–Congo family, or where it might be in that family.