|Namesake|| Swahili words for "fire"|
and "water" respectively
|Tribe Type||Merged Tribe|
|Day Formed||Day 20|
|Tribes Merged|| Boran |
|Lowest Placing Member||Clarence Black (10/16)|
|Highest Placing Member||Ethan Zohn (Winner)|
Moto Maji was the merged tribe of Survivor: Africa. The tribe color was green.
- ►► Brandon Quinton, a bartender from Dallas, Texas.
- ►► Clarence Black, a basketball coach from Detroit, Michigan.
- ►► Ethan Zohn, a soccer player from Lexington, Massachusetts.
- ►► Frank Garrison, a telephone technician from Odessa, New York.
- ►► Kelly Goldsmith, a researcher from Santa Fe, California.
- ►► Kim Johnson, a retired teacher from Oyster Bay, New York.
- ►► Kim Powers, a freelance marketer from Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
- ►► Lex van den Berghe, a former IT expert/musician from Sta. Cruz, California.
- ►► Teresa Cooper, a flight attendant from Jackson, Georgia.
- ►► Tom Buchanan, a rancher from Rich Valley, Virginia.
- Moto Maji was the first merged tribe that had an uneven number of people from each original tribe.
- Moto Maji is also the first merged tribe to have an unequal number of men and women; there are six men, and four women.
- Moto Maji was the first tribe to contain contestants that were part of a tribe switch.
- Moto Maji was the first tribe to have two words instead of one.
- Lex was the one who named this tribe, as a pun trying to imply that everyone would be in hot water at one point of the game.