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- the term batlôkwa (also bathlokoa, or badogwa) refers to several kgatla communities that reside in botswana, lesotho and south africa, comprising both
- rulers of bangwato (bamangwato) rulers of barôlông rulers of batawana lists of office-holders www.uq.net.au/~zzhsoszy/states/southafrica/batlokwa.html
- the three main basotho tribes, who speak sesotho, the other two being batlokwa and bakoena. 'tau' is a sesotho word meaning 'lion', and this animal is
- tribes: bamangwato, bakwena, bangwaketsi, bakgatla, barolong, bamalete, and batlokwa. languages of botswana list of african ethnic groups 'ethnic groups
- prince sethati was the fifth son of king tsotetsi who was the leader of batlokwa ba mokgalong in the mid 1700s, from which they trace their history. sethati
- derivate of the nguni saying 'uku shunta' meaning 'to make a knot'. the then batlokwa, who were the very first people to be called 'abashuntu', used to wear
- the 2011 census. the tribe originating from tlokweng is referred to as batlokwa. many people from across botswana have come to s**** permanent and sometimes
- are the: bakgatla bakwena balete bangwato bangwaketse barolong batawana batlokwa bahurutshe batlhaping the largest number of ethnic tswana people actually