Yemba is a Niger–Congo language spoken in northeastern Gabon. It is a member of the Bantu family.
Yemba has four dialects, all of which are mutually intelligible. The four dialects are:
Northwestern Yemba, spoken in the villages of Okondja and Boé
Northeastern Yemba, spoken in the villages of Oyem and Bitam
Southwestern Yemba, spoken in the villages of Lékoni and Mékambo
Southeastern Yemba, spoken in the village of Lastoursville
The language is used in primary education in northeastern Gabon.