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The Bushmen, San, Basarwa, !Kung or Khwe are indigenous individuals of the Kalahari Desert, which compasses ranges of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Angola and Zimbabwe.They were customarily seeker gatherers, some portion of the Khoisan amass, and are identified with the generally peaceful Khoikhoi.Genetic proof proposes they are one of the most seasoned, if not the most seasoned, people groups on the planet
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BUSHMEN of Botswana … SVD testing mission?

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The Bushmen , San , Basarwa , ǃKung or Khwe are indigenous individuals of the Kalahari Desert, which traverses territories of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Angola and Zimbabwe. They were generally seeker gatherers, part of the Khoisan aggregate, and are identified with the customarily peaceful Khoikhoi. Hereditary confirmation recommends they are one of the most seasoned, if not the most seasoned, people groups on the planet — a "genetic Adam" as per Spencer Wells, from which all people can at last follow their hereditary legacy.

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The terms San, Khwe, Bushmen, and Basarwa have all been utilized to allude to seeker gatherer people groups of southern Africa. Each of these terms has a tricky history, as they have been utilized by pariahs to allude to them, regularly with pejorative implications. The individual gatherings recognize by names, for example, Ju/\'hoansi and ǃKung, and most call themselves "Bushmen" when alluding to themselves aggregately. The term "San" was generally connected by their ethnic relatives and noteworthy adversaries, the Khoikhoi. This term implies "outsider" in the Nama dialect and was unfavorable in light of the fact that it recognized the Bushmen from what the Khoikhoi called themselves, to be specific the First People. It is additionally viewed as slanderous in light of the fact that the term "san" alludes to creatures. The Bushmen feel that by calling them "san" they are being put on an indistinguishable level from creatures which they feel they are more noteworthy than. Photo of the Bushmen taken over 100 years prior in Ngamiland.

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Western anthropologists received "San" widely in the 1970s, where it stays favored in scholarly circles. In South Africa, the term "San" has turned out to be supported in authority settings, being incorporated into the blazon of the new national emblem. The term "Bushmen" is broadly utilized, yet feelings shift on whether it is fitting – given that the term is in some cases saw as derogatory. In South Africa "Bushman" is viewed as slanderous by a few gatherings.

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In Botswana, the authoritatively utilized term is Basarwa, where it is incompletely worthy to some Bushmen bunches, in spite of the fact that Basarwa, a Tswana dialect mark, likewise has negative intentions. The term is a class 2 thing (as demonstrated by the "ba-" class marker), while a more established class 6 variation, "Masarwa," is currently all around considered hostile. ("Sarwa" is gotten from a word signifying "meat", therefore Basarwa may sound for a few people like "bushmeat".)

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Bushmen Groups & Bushmen Languages in Botswana

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Northern Ju-family Zhu/\'oansi �� Kx\'au//\'ein Central Khoekhoe Nama Damara Hai//om Khoe/Ani Buga/Anda Naro/Gana/Gwi Khute Shua/Xaise Deti Cara Ts\'ixa Danisi Tshwa Kua Tshuwau Hietshware Southern !Kwi/Xam �� Khomani/Xegwi/Ng!\'e !Xóõ �� Huã Group Family Lang uage (yellow essential in Botswana)

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Zhu/\'hoan Kxoe (Bugakwe)/Gana �� Kx\'au//\'ein 2.500/Gwi 25.000-30.000 1.300 Shua 2.000 Naro !Xóõ Tshwa 8.000 15.000-20.000 55.000

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Ne khóè ne gane di cóán gam koe úú, síím gha tòó tshàu cgae e ka. Xu gam di xu xgaaxgaase-kg\'ao xu xguì. Gatam ko mama Jeso ba bóò kam ko kaisase xgóà a ba a biri xu a máá: "Cóá ne guu na ne tíí koe hàà. Táá xgáè-kg\'am ne guu. Nqarikg\'áí dis x\'ai sa cóá ne khama ii ne di si i. Tseegun kar ko bìrí tu u: \'Wèém khóèm ngarikg\'áí di x\'aian cóá khama séè tama ba cúískaga tcãà tite gaan koe.\'" Me nxaska tshàua ba cgoa séè gaa cóá ne, a ba a ts\'ee-ts\'eekg\'ai i a tshàua ba tòó o. Mareko 10:13-16 in Naro Language People were conveying little youngsters to him, for him to touch them. The devotees chided them, however when Jesus saw this he was resentful and said to them, \'Let the little youngsters arrive at me; don\'t stop them; for it is to, for example, these that the kingdom of God has a place. In truth I let you know, any individual who does not welcome the kingdom of God like a little kid will never enter it.\' Then he grasped them, laid his hands on them and gave them his blessing. Mark 10:13-16

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Languages with a considerable measure of Clicks/or I dental click/or II lateral click ! alveolar click ��  palatal click סּ bilabial click … and numerous blends with a few consonants like x, c, k, g … – up to 28 distinct snaps in a dialect To muddle the matter much further, the tones are utilized also: low, center and high. Nasalization is normal as well. Case in !Xóõ dialect: Ñ à/nà-ã ��  â-ã !xà-ã t-ã/\'âa/îi k-ã. I saw a vast broken bone.

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San (or Bushmen) individuals are among the most established indigenous populaces of the world and are known to have occupied southern Africa for over 30,000 years. Over the previous hundreds of years, the San were continuously headed out by other populace bunches from their unique terrains over a large portion of the district. Amid late circumstances in this manner, the rest of the San were discovered generally living in little family groups as seekers and gatherers in the dry and unforgiving Kalahari district.

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Discrimination, mistreatment and dispossession have portrayed the San individuals\' late history. Albeit most are as yet living in the Kalahari locale, they have lost their rights to their particular genealogical domains and their regular assets in light of the fact that different gatherings acquired legitimately perceived responsibility for grounds for the motivations behind cultivating, dairy cattle crowding, mining and even nature-protection. Numerous San in this manner at present live as squatters ashore "claimed" by others .

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Today, the San number around 100,000 and live in little, scattered gatherings in South Africa, Namibia, Angola, Zimbabwe, Zambia and particularly Botswana (more than 50,000). They can be found in ghettos close towns, for example, Ghanzi and Gobabis, as workers or squatters on ranches and steers presents having a place on substantial land-proprietors or in government re-settlement areas, for example, New Xade and East and West Hanahai.

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Almost the sum total of what San have been constrained into an inactive way of life and needed to forsake their life of chasing and assembling. Since they were not readied (nor taught) for such change of way of life, the new life in the settlements got to be described by social issues, for example, collective strain, liquor addiction, wrongdoing, tuberculosis and Aids. These are identified with the passing of a feeling of personality, culture and sense of pride experienced by the general population.

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San people group remain today among the most minimized and ruined gatherings in southern Africa. The absence of a brought together initiative convention, the absence of instructive administrations in the native language and the absence of learning about their community and human rights abandon them in a to a great degree defenseless position. Amid a late overview of (for the most part San) cultivate laborers in Ghanzi area, for instance, it was found that 37 % of the general population matured 7 to 20 years had never gone to class. Expanded access to training along these lines seems, by all accounts, to be one of the significant needs of this populace.

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One of the elements making it troublesome for San gatherings to address their issues successfully as a gathering and to consult with different gatherings, for example, government authorities and advancement associations, is identified with the custom of living in little, scattered gatherings without focal specialist and without delegate pioneers. The populist way of rummaging social orders brings about moderate, agreement based basic leadership forms. This was proper previously, however makes most San social orders of today poorly outfitted to manage the requests of cutting edge society.

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Many San understand that delegate pioneers are currently required and look to the youthful era to experience present day instruction and to take up authority positions. Tragically, not very many youthful San individuals have so far finished tertiary or expert training and even less relate to the customary parts of San culture and are set up to work for the San cause.

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Why Bushmen mission? - SVD constitutions

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SVD Constitutions: 103. … We demonstrate a unique inclination for poor people and persecuted. 112. The poor have an extraordinary favored place in the Gospel. In a world profoundly scarred by shamefulness and cruel living conditions, our confidence calls us to perceive the presence of Christ in poor people and the mistreated. We along these lines submit ourselves to fostering solidarity and equity and to defeating vanity and the mishandle of force. We think of it as our obligation to elevate equity as indicated by the Gospel in solidarity with poor people and the abused (cf.FW.5,p.33). 112.1. Our endeavors to win more far reaching acknowledgment and valuation for the poise and inward worth of the human individual are more critical than any material help we can give. We help poor people and persecuted in a manner that bit by bit they can land at better living conditions by method for their own particular resources and activity. 120. As St. Paul, the witness of the gentiles, distinguished himself with those he served, so we with cordiality and goodwill those among we declare the Gospel, growing into their recorded circumstance, traditions and mindset. We will be one with them in regard and love, sharing their delights, distresses, and goals. 120.1. To complete our central goal in a commendable and successful way, we bend over backward to ace the dialect of the general population and get comfortable with their history and culture.

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Why Bushmen mission? - prophetic exchange & SVD trademark measurements

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Dialog and Solidarity (think about: In discourse with the Word, N.2-September 2001) Solidarity is fervent witness and the vital and fundamental motion which demonstrates our mentality to discourse. Christian solidarity spr

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