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Comparative Live Weight, Growth Performance, Feed Intake, Carcass Traits and Meat Quality in Two Strains of Tswana Chickens Raised Under Intensive System in South East District of Botswana.
Mmapula was not alone in her anxieties: deep ambiguities in the reproduction of Tswana kinship have preoccupied Batswana and anthropologists of Botswana for at least a century (Comaroff and Roberts 1977; Comaroff 1980; 1981; Gulbrandsen 1986; Livingston 2003; Schapera 1933; 1940; Solway 1990; 2016; Upton 2001; van Dijk 2010; 2012; 2016)--and they have taken on new urgency in the context of one of the world's worst AIDS epidemics.
It's an honour to serve Bo- tswana in this capacity, particularly in such an important ministry," she says.
Milk production in the British Alpine, Saanen, Toggenburg and Tswana goats in the central district of Botswana.
central institution in Tswana local governance that has been lauded as a
Boemo, a young Botswanan, explains that "Motswana" means citizen of Bostwana, but the term actually only refers to people of the Tswana ethnic group.
The gem, whose name translates as "Our Light" in Botswana's Tswana language, is believed to be between 2.5 billion to more than three billion years old.
The tsessebe (Damaliscus lunatus), whose common name is derived from the Tswana "tshesebe ", is most closely related to the topi and the bontebok, which are classified in the same genus.
They perform original material, cover songs and traditional African music from Zulu, Tswana and Xhosa cultures.
The five-piece from the Johannesburg township sing a unique blend of R'n'B, gospel, pop and jazz along with traditional Zulu, Tswana, Swahili and Xhosa music.
For example, in Tswana, a language with a fully productive applicative derivation--Ex.