Botswana is a country in the far south of Africa. Its geography includes the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta.
Botswana’s population is numbered to be 2 million people. The official language of Botswana is English (2.8%) and most people use this language. Also spoken are Sekalanga (7.4%), Shekgalagadi (3.4%), Zezuru (2%), Sesarwa (1.7%), Setswana (77.3%), Sembukushu (1.6%), Ndebele (1%), and the remaining speak other languages.
The ethnic groups there are dominated by Setswana people (79%), Kalanga (11%), Basarwa (3%), and all of the other minorities making up 7% of the ethnicity.
The religion supported by the people is Christina (79.1%), Badami (4.1%), none (15.2%), others (1.4%) and the remaining percentage as unspecified.
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Note: Geno 2.0 results currently use Phylotree build 16. I am working on changing results over to build 17.
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