Growth of the Tswana People of Botswana

  • June 30, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Gaborone – Indigenous people share a significant number of cultural practices, beliefs, and traditions. The Tswana, ...
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Beyond the Red Ochre of the Himba People

  • June 23, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Windhoek – Under the heat of the African sun lies a community of people who have resisted change and preserved their ...
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Bravanese People as One Community

  • June 16, 2020     Friendly Borders Staff

Mogadishu – How many names can an indigenous group be called? Some indigenous people can be called multiple names, ...
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