WHAT DOES TSWANA MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Definition of Tswana in the English dictionary
The definition of Tswana in the dictionary is -na, -nas. a member of a mixed Negroid and Bushman people of the Sotho group of southern Africa, living chiefly in Botswana. Other definition of Tswana is the language of this people, belonging to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family: the principal language of Botswana.
TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «TSWANA»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TSWANA»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Tswana
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A Handbook of Tswana
Law and Custom
The volumes collected in this series are designed to provide an academic analysis of society in mid-20th century Africa through classic texts.
Tswana for beginners is a functional grammar explaining the meaning, structure and use of the various word categories.
Jannie Winston Snyman, J. C. Le Roux, M. Le Roux, 1991
Myths and Legends of Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland
THE TSWANA In Botswana there live the Batswana, Bechuana or better, the
Tswana; originally the name Tswana only denoted one of the Tswana-speaking
groups, but nowadays it is used for all the inhabitants of Botswana, although two
African Traditional Religion in South Africa: An Annotated ...
6 Sotho-Tswana Religion In the aftermath of the South African War, the British
War Office compiled a report on the beliefs, customs, and society of Sotho-
Tswana- speaking people in the Transvaal. That report paid special attention to
Small Ruminant Research and Development in Africa: ...
A survey study was conducted in two districts of Botswana to obtain data on the
morphological characteristics of Tswana goats. There were five different locations
chosen, namely Oodi, Artesia and Mochudu in the Kgatleng District and Kopong
African Small Ruminant Research Network. Conference, Sahr H. B. Lebbie, E. Kagwini, 1996
The History of South Africa
Tswana. In the 1880s the British worried that the Transvaal's westward expansion
would threaten the economically and strategically important "missionary road," or
"Road to the North," running from the Cape to the area of modern Zimbabwe ...
Transformations on the highveld: the Tswana
& Southern Sotho
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William F. Lye, Colin Murray, 1980
Ethnic Groups Worldwide: A Ready Reference Handbook
The Tswana (Botswana) are a rural people who live in large, permanent villages
located near water sources and controlled by local chiefs. Outside the villages,
often miles away, they herd cattle and farm corn, grains, cotton, and peanuts.
Encyclopedia of the Developing World
Botswana's population is made up of several ethnic groups speaking up to twenty
-six different languages of which twelve are spoken by four thousand or fewer
speakers. The largest group is the Tswana, speaking a language belonging to
- English Thesaurus Dictionary
This book may be the first Tswana-English thesaurus ever published. All the errors and omissions are mine.
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TSWANA»
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7 things you didn't know about South Africa's only black billionaire
He has blue blood: he is a prince in a clan of the Tswana tribe, one of the largest black minorities of South Africa, where the Tswana language is also one of the ... «CNN, Jul 15»
Tswana driver hangs himself in Zimba
A 50-YEAR-OLD truck driver from Botswana has allegedly hanged himself at Senkobo area in Zimba district. District commissioner Elizabeth Kalaluka, who ... «postzambia.com, Jun 15»
Tswana man gets 6 months for oil theft
A BOTSWANA national working at the Kazungula bridge construction site has been sentenced to six months imprisonment with hard labour by the Livingstone ... «Zambia Daily Mail, May 15»
Ethnic cleansing sure to follow xenophobia
She told the media that her assailants had shouted: “We do not want Venda, Shangaan, Sotho and Tswana people.” Thanks to our general acquiescence, the ... «Rand Daily Mail, Apr 15»
Radio DJ faces legal action after saying Cassper Nyovest 'can't …
Cassper Nyovest has come out guns blazing after a Motsweding FM DJ slammed him for apparently declining an interview because he could not speak Tswana. «Times LIVE, Mar 15»
Back to the roots
The celebration of the 11th anniversary of the festival brought the Tswana culture, songs, dance, food and dress. People attended the festival to learn about ... «The Voice Online, Feb 15»
Digging Tswana Roots - The lake of fire awaiting the Beast
If ever there is a misunderstood book of the bible, it is Revelation. Being the last book of the Canon (the recognised compilation making up the bible), it would ... «Mmegi Online, Dec 14»
Dallas Zoo's New Baby Giraffe Has a Name: 'Kopano'
The Dallas Zoo's newest giraffe finally has a name: "Kopano." Kopano's name means "united" in the Tswana language of the African nation of Botswana. «NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth, Nov 14»
TSWANA STUDENT RAPED AT INTERVARSITY GAMES
TSWANA STUDENT RAPED AT INTERVARSITY GAMES. 12/03/2014 05:14:00 BY JABULISA DLAMINI. Font size: Decrease font Enlarge font. image ... «Times of Swaziland, Mar 14»
Son of the Soil billed for next month
The annual Cultural Festival Son of the Soil is synonymous with celebrating of Tswana culture through song, dance, food and dress in secluded areas which are ... «The Bostwana Gazette, Jan 14»