South Africa Before Anglo-Boer War

South Africa Before Anglo-Boer War

The Hottentots (farmers) and the Bushmen (hunters and gatherers), collectively referred to as the khoisan, are considered indigenous peoples in the strict sense; their culture remained backward and they were overwhelmed by the Bantu emigration from the N and, subsequently, from the arrival of the first Europeans on the extreme southern coast. Bantu nuclei, ancestors of the current Sotho, descended from today’s Zimbabwe towards the S starting from the century.…

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