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  • Bolaane, M.M.M.; Kanduza, A.M. (Botswana Society, http://www.botsoc.org.bw, 2008)
    This discussion is a critical assessment of the role of cultural factors in promoting tourism in Botswana. From the 1990s, the Botswana Government’s policy on tourism focused on involving local community participation in ...
  • Makgala, C.J.; Botlhale, E. (Routledge (Taylor and francis), www.routledge.com, 2008)
    This account of tribal finances in Bechuanaland Protectorate under British colonial rule argues that while the treasury dispensation made the tribes responsible for their finances, it also brought about a new dynamic and ...
  • Makgala, C.J. (Routledge, http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~db=all~content=t713429127, 2009)
    Although economic, political, ethnic and religious factors have led to regionalisms and other divides, causing civil strife and civil wars in many countries, in Botswana the north-south divide existed for a long time merely ...
  • Makgala, C.J. (Routledge (Taylor and Francis group), http://www.routledge.com, 2009)
    Although economic, political, ethnic and religious factors have led to regionalisms and other divides, causing civil strife and civil wars in many countries, in Botswana the north south divide existed for a long time merely ...
  • Bennett, B.S.; Bolaane, M.M. (African Studies Center, Boston University, 2010)
    The article is about the inter-war history of the Bechuanaland Protectorate, in which it was alleged that Tshekedi Khama, regent of the BaNgwato (1925-1949), was persecuting a small group of people for practicing Anglicanism, ...
  • Chebanne, A. (Routledge (Taylor and francis) www.routledge.com, 2010)
    The Khoisan people are one of the indigenous peoples of Southern Africa. Botswana has the greatest diversity of these autochthonous communities. As ethnic minorities, they are characterized in the main by small ...
  • Makgala, C.J. (Routledge (Taylor and francis) www.routledge.com, 2010)
    This article argues that the Kalahari desert region of the Kwena tribal reserve quietly slipped out of the imperial command from 1930–1950, at a time when British colonial authorities achieved territorial control of the ...

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