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- Toto Makgolokwe was the paramount chief (kgosi) of the Batlharo tribe of South Africa, dubbed the Freedom Warrior and an icon of the land whose resistance...
- Kgosi Luka Jantjie and Kgosi Galeshewe of the Batlhaping and chief Toto Makgolokwe of the Batlharo. When Britain annexed Bechuanaland on 16 November 1885...
- number of neighbouring countries, especially Namibia and Zimbabwe. Toto Makgolokwe Langeberg Rebellion (1896–97) "CIA – The World Factbook". Cia.gov...
- Langeberg Rebellion. He died at Magogong, north of Hartswater, in 1927. Toto Makgolokwe Langeberg Rebellion (1896–97) "The Order of Mendi for Bravery in Gold...
- culture. In 1906 he led a Batlokwa and Makgolokwe delegation to England to protest against the Batlokwa and the Makgolokwe people losing their ancestral lands...
- in the North West. Kgosi Galeshewe Luka Jantjie Tswana people Toto Makgolokwe Langeberg Rebellion (1896–97) A South African Kingdom: The Pursuit of...
- Tshwene Baboon Bahurutshe Batswapong Setswana Botswana hare or kgope Makgolokwe Sesotho Phuthi Small buck Makhoakhoa Sesotho Makololo Zambia Kwena...
- Sotho–Tswana tribes), and bore the founders of five tribes: Bapedi (by Mopedi), Makgolokwe (by Kgetsi), Baphuthing (by Mophuthing, and later the Mzizi of Dlamini...
- Kgwadi (moTlôkwa), Matsibolo, and Mosia. Each broke away to form Bapedi, Makgolokwe, Batlôkwa, Maphuthing and Basia respectively. Eight generations later...
- their totem. The Bakgatla ba Mmakau would later give rise to Bapedi, Makgolokwe, Batlokwa, Baphuti and Basia clans If a dispute was to arise between...