Coloureds

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A Afrika e Boroa, lentsoe Coloureds (eo hape a tsejoa e le Bruin mense kapa Kleurlinge) ke sesupo merabe bakeng sa batho se hlahang ho yona merabe e tsoakiloeng ba neng ba rua leloko tsoang Europe, Asia le tse fapa-fapaneng Khoisan le Bantu merabe ea Afrika e ka boroa. Hase batho bohle ba Coloured bolella tšoanang morabe, 'me malapa a fapaneng le batho ba na le tse fapa-fapaneng ditshebetso tse fapaneng' meleng.[1][2]

Ho ne ho likamanong tsa pharaletseng le mekgatlo ya basebetsi har'a lichaba tsena tse sa tšoaneng ka Western Cape. Ao ho 'ona lia ikhetha Cape Coloured 'me hokahaneng Cape Semalay setso sa pele. Likarolong tse ling tsa Afrika e Boroa, batho ba classified e le Coloured ne hangata litloholo tsa batho ba tsoang ethnicities tse peli tse arohaneng. lithuto tsa liphatsa tsa lefutso li bontša sehlopha na le maemo a mang a phahameng ka ho fetisisa oa lesika la tsoakiloeng lefatšeng.[3][4] Mitochondrial DNA lithuto tsa li bontšitse hore lerato ea 'me (tšehali) mecha ea ho baahi ba Coloured ba theohela boholo tsoang Khoisan basali, taba ea gender- leeme admixture.[5][6]

Morena oa motse a Coloured e tsoa lesikeng la mengata ea hot mekgatlo ya basebetsi ba ho kopanela liphate pakeng tsa ba batona Western Europe le Khoisan tse tšehali ka Cape Colony ho tloha lekholong la bo17 la lilemo ho ya pele.

A Kwazulu-Natala, Coloureds rua lefa la tse sa tšoaneng ho akarelletsa le Brithani, Irish, Majeremane, Mauritian, Saint Helenians, Maindia, Maqhosa le Mazulu.[7] Coloureds Zimbabwean ba tsoa lesikeng la Shona kapa Ndebele kopanya le bajaki Brithani le Afrikaner. Griqua, ka lehlakoreng le leng, ke litloholo tsa Khoisan le Afrikaner Trekboers. Ho sa tsotellehe ho se tšoane tsena e meholo, lesika la bona ho tloha ho feta e 'ngoe naturalized morabe o bolela hore ba' mala tabeng e potolohileng South African. batho ba joalo ba ne ba sa hakaalo intša khetholla tsela ena; ba bang ba khetha ho ipitsang batsho kapa Khoisan kapa hore feela South African.

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