The Venda (VhaVenda), like most other South African peoples, originated in the Great Lakes region of Central Africa. They made their home in the Soutpansberg Mountains at first. D'zata, their initial capital, was erected here, and the ruins may still be seen today.
Xhosa The Xhosa are a Southern African Nguni ethnic group whose homeland is primarily in what is now the Eastern Cape. The Xhosa-speaking (Mfengu) community of Zimbabwe is tiny but significant, and isiXhosa is acknowledged as the national language. The Xhosa are South African descendants of the Nguni people, who came south from the Great Lakes region.
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Xhosa The Eastern Cape in South Africa is home to the Xhosa ethnic group, a Southern African Nguni people. Zimbabwe's Xhosa-speaking (Mfengu) community is small but strong, and isiXhosa is recognized as the national language. The Xhosa are descendants of the Nguni people, who migrated from the Great Lakes region to South Africa and established themselves there.
Introduction Estimated at 7 million, these Sotho speakers are the second largest African language group in South Africa. Three million Sotho and other closely related groups live outside of South Africa, the majority of who are in Lesotho. The Sotho can be subdivided into three groups. The first group is the Northern Sotho also called Pedi and Bapedi. The Pedi society arose out of a confederation of small chiefdoms that had been established sometime before the 17th century in what later became the Northern Transvaal
By ST Khumalo in South Africa Throughout the early ages the inhabitants of Africa moved around instead of staying in the same place. The country was wild and uninhabited and they crossed desserts and travelled through jungles to find new homes for themselves. In this way the population of Africa developed into a large number of nations, each with its own language and culture. The two biggest groups are the Hamites (Occupies North Africa) and black people From West-East to South. Black people are divided into