Dithaba tse dingwe fa di re seba tsa re ga re na moaparo wa setso (o teng ke gore o itsewe ke ba le mmalwa fela).

Ba re re ditshwakga tse di bohula, ba tloge ba re re Batswakwa ba ba sa tlholegeng mo Aforikaborwa.

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Sorghum, beans, pumpkins, sweet melons and gourds were planted, and the Tswana found that maize, introduced by the Portuguese into the country, was also highly productive.

The history of the Tswana people is one of continual dissension and fission where disputes, sometimes over chieftain ascendancy, resulted in a section of the tribe breaking away from the main tribe, under the leadership of a dissatisfied chief's relative, and settling elsewhere.

Motswana wa malatsing ano o itse go ngongorega fela, mme fa o mo fa ditlamelo tsa go mo inola mo seretseng o a itsapa.

Bokoa jo ke jone bo dirileng gore re salele kwa morago fa dithaba tse dingwe tsona di tsweletse pele. Se tswakanyeng Setswana le Sesotho, Sepedi, Seburu le fa e le sona Seesimane.

As hunters, herders and cultivators they found the high plains to their liking.

Game animals abounded, the grass was excellent for cattle, there were no serious endemic livestock diseases and the soil was deep and easy to cultivate.

In traditional Tswana religion (tribal animism) "Modimo" is the great God, or "The Great Spirit."Because of the fact that job availability in Botswana is changing from rural to urban, many Tswanas are leaving the villages and not returning.

Thus the Tswana are fast becoming a modern secular society, in Botswana as well as South Africa.

About three-fourths of the Tswana people live in South Africa.