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Tswana is a language in South Africa spoken by the Bantu people belonging to the Niger-Congo language family with in Sotho languages branch of Zones and closely related to the northern and southern Sotho languages as well as Kgalagadi language and Lozi language. Tswana is an official language and lingua franca of Botswana, spoken by a little over 2 million of its inhabitants. Although Tswana language is significantly spoken in South Africa and Botswana, a small number of speakers are also found in Zimbabwe and Namibia where respectively 29,400 and 12,300 people speak the language.
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