South Africa


is a place of hurt, heart, and change.
Over the years, has either been through rough
times in the traditional tribal part, or being descriminated
because of their color of skin.
has two major tribal groups; The

Nguni/South Ndebele, and the khoi/San. The South Ndebele,

together with the Zulu, Xhosa and Swazi, belong to the South

Nguni ethnic group. In the case of the South African Ndebele

group, the area is the Southern part of South Africa. Here,

they have lived, worked on farms, and hunted for

generations. They are a very communal tribe. They work

together, share together, help each other out, and hunt with

each other. This group is very dependent on all of their ...

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In 1652 South Africa was forever changed when Dutch

established a "rest stop" in South Africa.Apartheid also

unofficially started. At that time, the area was occupied by

the Khoi/San clans. The pressure on the Khoi/San increased

as more Dutch and French settlers arrived. By the 18th

century, most Khoi/San had lost their land to these European

settlers.

Cape Town became a major port as a way station for the

Europeans. The colonists were mostly farmers and cattle

herders. They became known as the Boers. They developed

their own culture and language (Afrikaans). In the 1770's,

the Boers encountered the Bantu, who were migrating. The

Nguni Bantu clans settled between the Drakensberg Mountains

and the sea. The Sotho clans settled in the interior, north

of the Cape Colony. The 19th century competition for land

led to the conflict between the Bantu clans, which led to

the boer war, 1899-1902. Hundreds and thousands died during

the wars, entire ...

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