South: Sotho Pedi

Pedi (also known as Bapedi, Bamaroteng, Marota, Basotho, Northern Sotho) live in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. They subdivide into high-veld Sotho and low-veld Sotho. The high-veld Sotho include the Pedi (in the narrower sense), Tau, Kone, Roka, Ntwane, Mphahlele, Tšhwene, Mathabathe, Kone (Ga-Matlala), Dikgale, Batlokwa, Gananwa (Ga-Mmalebogo), Mmamabolo, and Moletši. The low-veld Sotho include the Lobedu, Narene, Phalaborwa, Mogoboya, Kone, Kgakga, Pulana, Pai, and Kutswe.
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a Pedi bride Known as the Bapedi tribe, they are "one" of a number of North Sotho tribes.

a Pedi bride Known as the Bapedi tribe, they are "one" of a number of North Sotho tribes.

#Bantu people of Africa BaPedi

"I am an African, I am the grandchild of the warrior men and women that Hintsa and Sekhukhune led, the patriots that Cetswayo and Mphephu to.

Baroka People, Botswana, Letsotho and South Africa Girl’s Initiation Apron (thito) Ca. 1970 Cotton cloth, glass beads, fiber, cord Gift of N...

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King Sekhukhune of the Marota (BaPedi) People

Kgosi Sekwati Mampuru was a local chief during the century and his kraal was on the banks of the Apies River. He was a revolutionary figure who fiercely resisted colonial rule

Africa mother BaPedi tribe.

Africa mother BaPedi tribe.

BaPedi chief

He fought two wars: first successfully in 1876 against the ZAR and their Swazi allies, then unsuccessfully against the British and Swazi in 1879 during the Sekukuni Sekukuni was held until 1881 in Pretoria, then assassinated by a notable rival in

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