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Indigenous People of South Africa in the Early 19 th Century. Map of Southern Africa. Who are these people?. San (Bushmen) Africans (Bantu-speaking people) Capoid Race Khoikhoi (Hottentots). San (Bushmen). Hunters and food- gatheres , inhabited inland

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who are these people
Who are these people?
  • San (Bushmen)
  • Africans (Bantu-speaking people)
  • Capoid Race
  • Khoikhoi (Hottentots)
san bushmen
San (Bushmen)
  • Hunters and food-gatheres, inhabited inland
  • Hunting animals and collecting fruits, berries roots, etc.
  • Were classified as “the cave painters in South Africa”

The Gods Must Be Crazy

africans bantu speaking people
Africans (Bantu-speaking people)
  • Practice agriculture and cropkeeping
khoikhoi hottentots
Khoikhoi (Hottentots)
  • “people people” or “real people”
  • Koi, a historical division of the Khoisanethinic group, inhabited coastal regions
  • In 1652,named the “Hottentot” by Europeans, imitating their language

-Traditionally hard workers

-They were marveled for their work ethic