History of Botswana (Doctorate)

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History of Botswana (Southern Africa)

  1. San (Bushmen) and Khoikhoi were the first inhabitants.
  2. 2,500 years: Bantu expansion from Katanga (the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia)
  3. Nguni and Sotho-Tswana
  4. 1000: the whole region of Southern Africa is colonised by the Bantu (except Cape Town, inhabited by Khoisans until the Dutch Colonisation)
  5. Feudal society organized on the basis of kraals
  6. 19th century: hostilities between Shona and Ndebele
  7. Tensions with settlers Boers of Transvaal
  8. 1885: Bechuanaland Protectorate (British)
  9. 1910: Founding of the Union of South Africa
  10. 1964: foundation of Gaborone
  11. 1966: Independence of the United Kingdom
  12. 1966 - 1980. President: Seretse Khama
  13. 1984 - 1998: Ketumile Masire
  14. 1998 - 2008: Festus Mogae
  15. 2008 -2018: Seretse Khama Ian Kham
  16. 2018: Mokgweetsi Eric Keabetswe Masisi

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