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Certain groups in the past were treated as serfs or subordinates by Tswana, such as the Sarwa, Kgalagadi, Yei, and Kalanga, and the latter two have been particularly active in the 1990s to secure official recognition for minority "tribes," and in ethnic revivalism.The nonethnic official rhetoric of civic participation, however, has also allowed many members of minority groups to move through the educational system into prominent management and bureaucratic positions. Formerly Bechuanaland Protectorate under the British, Botswana became independent in 1966.Bot swana means "place of Tswana" in the dominant national language ( Set swana), and the citizenry are called Bat swana, or Tswana people.British administration in the twentieth century strengthened the role of the Tswana chiefs and the dominance of Tswana laws and customs over the country.National political activity at first focused upon preventing the protectorate's annexation by South Africa.Prior to independence, the British administered the Protectorate from Mafiking in South Africa.The capital city today, Gaborone, was built on a village site in the southeastern corner of the country at independence, near the borders of several of the Tswana polities that dominated the country. Botswana's population has grown from 600,000 people in 1971 to an estimated 1,600,000 in 2000.
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But the word also refers to ethnically "Tswana" people, as distinct from the other ethnic groups present in the country.