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most of Cape Province north of the Orange River but also extends into Botswana
and eastern South West Africa/Namibia and which is still only sparsely populated
; the Karoo, which lies south of the Kalahari and includes most of the interior of ...
Moreover, at the Cape there was no indigenous slavery and local chiefs had
neither the people nor the power to engage in the slave trade. Dutch expansion
and the trekboers. If the Dutch did not raid the local inhabitants for slaves, they
In 1868, in response to repeated appeals from the Sotho, the governor of the
Cape intervened to declare the Sotho British subjects and their land British
territory — much to the chagrin of the Free Staters. Nevertheless, the Orange
Free State ...
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