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The smallest cultural group in Namibia is the Tswana, with ancestral links to the Tswana people in Botswana. The Namibian Tswana consist of three subgroups, the largest of which is the Tlharo, the second is the Tlhaping and the third the Kgalagadi who have to some extent mixed with the Kalahari Bushmen.

Consequently most Namibian Tswanas live and work as cattle farmers in the Gobabis district near the Botswana border locally known as Hereroland.

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