Description

Tswana or Setswana is a popular language spoken in southern Africa by people of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe. The word “Tswana” comes from a Sotho-Tswana word which loosely translates to “The Separatists” because the Tswana people are a group of tribes formed by brothers who split from their father’s. Despite this separation, the Tswana people have always been keen on sharing culture through their Cattle Keeping and Bayei fishing methods.