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Migrant labour and the Peasantry in the Bechuanaland Protectorate, 1930-1965
(Taylor & Francis, 1999)
This article grapples with issues that have largely remained outside the realms of migrant labour studies in colonial Botswana: the positive input of migrant wages to agricultural production and the effects of migrant ...
Missionary wives, women and education: the development of literacy among the Batswana 1840-1937
(Research and Development Unit, University of Botswana, 1997)
This paper is about the introduction of western education by Missionaries in Africa. These European Missionaries left their homes for religius reasons, to convert the "heathens" to the christian religion. Convertion to ...
Livingstone’s ideas of Christianity, commerce and civilization
(University of Botswana, National Institute of Development and Cultural Reseach, http://www.thuto.org/pula/html/pula-home-page.htm, 1998)
David Livingstone is often misunderstood as being a conscious promoter of European colonization of Africa. On the contrary, he believed that the key to Africa's future was the stimulation of indigenous development and good ...
Makgowa, Mahaletsela, and Maburu: traders and travellers before c.1820
(Research and Development Unit, University of Botswana, http://www.ub.bw, 1997)
This article is about the way people of Tswana origin related with non Tswana speaking people and how they referred to them. It talks about how some of the non Tswana speaking people especially the Whites or Makgowa came ...
Intersuffixing in Setswana: the case of the perfective -ile, the applicative -ela, and the causative -isa
(University of Botswana, Office of Research and Development, http://www.ub.bw, 1996)
Our motivation and inspiration to undertake this aspect of the phonology of Setswana is derived from research in Setswana phonology by Creissels (Notes, 1991-1992) and from the Bantu languages phonology by Bastin (1983). ...