'Portrait of King Khama III' South Africa, early twentieth century Khama III (1837?-1923), also known as Khama the Good, was the kgosi (meaning chief or king) of the Bamangwato people of Bechuanaland (now Botswana), who made his country a protectorate of the United Kingdom to ensure its survival against Boer and Ndebele encroachments

dynamicafrica: “ NOTABLE AFRICANS: Portrait of King Khama III, South Africa, early twentieth century. Kgosi Khama III became chief of the Ngwato in He visited Britain in 1895 on a self-funded.

Kang a typical village scene in Botswana - Ivan Muller, the lazy travel photographer

Personal images and thoughts of my travels through Africa and Europe

Kang Botswana Ivan Muller, the lazy travel photographer

Personal images and thoughts of my travels through Africa and Europe

The Naukluft mountain pass -Ivan Muller, the lazy travel photographer

The Naukluft mountain pass - Ivan Muller, the lazy travel photographer .

Kang Botswana Ivan Muller, the lazy travel photographer .

Personal images and thoughts of my travels through Africa and Europe

Road to Namibia - Ivan Muller, the lazy travel photographer

Personal images and thoughts of my travels through Africa and Europe

Road to Namibia - Election time in Botswana. His Excellency Lieutenant General Serese Khama Ian Khama, PH.FOM  DCO. DSM. MCC. MP, Party President Christiaan de Graag - Ivan Muller, the lazy travel photographer

Road to Namibia - Election time in Botswana. His Excellency Lieutenant General Serese Khama Ian Khama, PH. MP, Party President Christiaan de Graag - Ivan Muller, the lazy travel photographer

Road to the Namibian border .... Ivan Muller

Road to the Namibian border .


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