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Kxoe language

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  1. a Khoisan dialect continuum of Namibia, Angola, Botswana, South Africa, and a few in Zambia, with some 11,000 speakers

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 16, 2009
  2. learned locally as a second language in Namibia, but the language is being lost in Botswana as speakers shift to Tswana, under threat of deportation if they do not speak that language

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  3. Namibia: ~4,000 Angola: ~800 Botswana: ~5,000 South Africa: ~1,100 Zambia: ~100 DR Congo: ~50 (refugees from Angola)

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  4. Thousands of Kxoe were murdered in Angola after independence, as they had been used by the Portuguese as trackers, and the survivors fled to Zambia

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  5. However, some may have returned to Angola more recently

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