Basarwa have plenty of regrets. The biggest was adopting a constrained Tswana way of life that has given them diseases and introduced greed.
INK visited Qabo and Ghanzi in the heart of Basarwa country.
ON 2 March 1983, heads of international aid agencies operating in the Midlands and Matabeleland provinces had the unenviable task of meeting then Zimbabwean Prime Minister Robert Mugabe to discuss a very grave subject.
“People should see how a baby of a dissident looks like”.
This is what soldiers of the Fifth Brigade ominously told sisters Mabel and Khethisi Moyo, whom they accused of having been impregnated by dissidents on January 22 1983.