There are only about 6000 Tswana people in Namibia, making them the smallest cultural group. They are related to the Tswana people from whom Botswana derives its name.
The Namibian Tswana consist of three groups, the largest of which is the Tlharo, the second is the Tlhaping and the third the Kgalagadi who have to some extent mixed with the Kalahari Bushmen. Most Tswana people live in the east of Namibia around the town of Gobabis.
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