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Barotseland is a region between Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Angola, and is the homeland of the Lozi people or Barotse, or Malozi as they call themselves
They are a unified group of over 20 individual formerly diverse tribes related through kinship, whose original branch are the Luyi (Maluyi).
The Barotse speak a complex language, Silozi, derived from several languages. Barotseland covers an area of 126,386 square kilometres, but is estimated to have been twice as large at certain points in its history.
Barotseland joined CONIFA in July 2017.
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