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Kalanga tribe Botswana and Zimbabwe

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The Kalanga people are a Bantu ethnic group found in Botswana and Zimbabwe. They have a rich history and culture that includes traditional music, dance, and customs. The Kalanga language is a Bantu language spoken by the Kalanga people.

Historically, the Kalanga people have had their own kingdom known as the Kalanga Kingdom, which was established in the 17th century in what is now western Zimbabwe. The kingdom was known for its strong military and trade relations with neighboring kingdoms.

Today, the Kalanga people are a minority group in the countries where they reside, and their culture and language are at risk of being overshadowed by larger ethnic groups. Efforts are being made to preserve and promote Kalanga culture and language to ensure their heritage is passed on to future generations.

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