Sechuana


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Sech·ua·na

 (sĕch-wä′nə)
n.
Variant of Setswana.
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Noun1.Sechuana - the dialect of Sotho spoken by the Tswana in BotswanaSechuana - the dialect of Sotho spoken by the Tswana in Botswana
Sotho - any of the mutually intelligible southern Bantu languages of the Sotho in Botswana and South Africa and Lesotho
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Molema knew him as a boy because his father, Modiri Molema, a member of the Molema Chieftaincy among the Setswana Nation, financed Plaatje's first newspaper Koranta ea Becoana and later partly assisted his subsequent newspaper ventures such as Tsala ea Sechuana and Tsala ea Batho.
The novel Mhudi (1930), the milestone book of political philosophy and analysis Native Life in South Africa (1916), Sechuana Proverbs with Literal Translations and Their European Equivalents (1916), and numerous major essays were part of an enormous undertaking in constructing a 'new' modernity.