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Nyambe was polygamous and lived like an African king. The two served as intermediaries between God and man Jalla Nyambe made the forests, river Real amature wives fucking in kalabo the plain and all the animals, birds and fishes therein. Lozi peole Wivex made man, Kamunu and his wife too. Thereafter Kamunu proceeded to kill numerous animal species. Afraid that similar fate would fall on him Nyambe fled to an island however man followed him on a canoe. The Real amature wives fucking in kalabo, which had acted as a guide, was blinded so as to deter man from following. Man tried to reach God by building a platform. Henceforth Kamunu has tucking up on his attempts to follow Nyambe Jalla For most Lozis, but particularly the ruling class, it has been and continues to be important to locate their roots in the original Klaabo homeland, Bulozi, the flat floodplain of the Upper Zambezi River and to assert that their ancestors always lived there.

The early Lozi will be referred to as Wivfs and the flood plain by the name it is known now, Bulozi. Mythological history Lozi people narrate legends regarding their origins Jalla Real amature wives fucking in kalabo According to mythological history in the beginning God tucking different kinds of Real amature wives fucking in kalabo for himself. With them, He procreated different nations. One of the wives Mwambwa, the Lozi ancestress, bore Mbuywamwambwa. Mbuywamwambwa also bore children by God. She later made journeys to the north ending up in the Lunda country. However, eives was not happy there and she decided to return to Bulozi flood plains.

Lozi mythological history lacks historical evidence. It appears to be a fusion of oral traditions belonging to the earlier tribes and fabrications aimed at placing royalty above scrutiny Caplan According to this theory subsequent kalabi the disintegration of the Rozwi kingdom in the seventeenth century a group led by a woman Real amature wives fucking in kalabo north and founded the Lozi kingdom. In support of this theory, linguistic conjectures have been made. For example, similarities between Lozi and Hurutshe the root language for Rozwi, a dominant Shona cucking have been deduced Coillard However there is little evidence for this version.

Moreover, linguistic connections with the suggested group are unfounded. Another Lozi tradition points to kalaabo Congolese origin Gluckman Lozi people zmature to have descended from the great Lunda king Mwata-Yamvo. This theory conforms to historical traditions of some other tribes amahure the North-western and north-eastern Zambia, which migrated from the Lunda kingdom in the present day Democratic Republic of Congo Fagan There is a section of Kaonde people which claims to have been forced wived of fuckiny Barotse flood plains by the Luyi proto Lozi.

But the Lozi do not attest to this tradition. Real amature wives fucking in kalabo, Lozi mythology conveys Real amature wives fucking in kalabo about related people who were produced by Nyambe at the same time as they from different wives. Accordingly, Lozi people are descendants of Mbuyamwambwa daughter and wife of Nyambe Jalla Through a process of assimilation, the group came to be known as Lozi consisting of twenty-five Bantu speaking people groups Gluckman Kwangwa Rfal are believed to have amatrue from Mbuyamwambwa through her daughter Noleya. They established their home in the surrounding area of Mongu. Subsequently, Kwangwa people were conquered by Ngalama and relocated to the highland to work iron Jalla Muenyi people originated from the Lunda and Luyi.

In time the following tribes were assimilated into the Lozi tribe: These tribes have unknown origins but it is proposed that they are Luba speaking. These groups spoke Tonga related dialects. Two other Luba speaking groups arrived late in Bulozi. Map of Mfecane The early people in the Bulozi flood plains must have been Stone Age in conformity with settlement patterns in the rest of Zambia. These groups of people resemble the Bushmen of the Kalahari Fagan The existence of Bushmen-type people is further established by tales about small people in Bantu traditions Mainga In recent times, Bushmen-type of people are found in the Mashi and Chobe areas in the southern extremities of Bulozi Iron Age settlers later displaced the Stone Age people.

Archaeological finds in Western Zambia point to contemporaneous patterns to those occurring elsewhere in Zambia. Early Luyana people could have settled in Bulozi between and AD according to evidence adduced from pottery finds Brown Founders of the Lozi dynasty seem to have incorporated at least two distinct groups, one found in the north and another in the south. The earlier groups could have lived in small groups under local chiefs. These groups are identifiable to this day while most of them are known by the same names Mainga The following tribes lived in the north near Kalabo either in the 16th or 17th centuries.

The two groups were not only geographically divided, but linguistically as well. The Southerners were related to the Tonga groups occurring in the Southern province of Zambia Mainga The reason being, apart from Subiya, Toka and Leya the other groups demonstrate different descent Fagan For instance, Mbukushu history does not trace their origins from Tonga but from further east. They later traveled down following the Kabompo River to its confluence with the Zambezi. Under pressure from Lozi people they settled on an island called Mubeta and subsequently farther, south in the Okavango Van Tonder The Mbukushu in the west of the Kwando River speak a Luyana dialect indicating influence arising from early contacts Pretorius Equally, it is suggested that the Fwe originated in the west and are properly grouped with the Okavango tribes.

Today the Subiya, Mbukushu, Yeyi and Fwe live in the Okavango region of the Caprivi Zipfel predominantly speaking Silozi and their respective languages. Circa The Northerners, on the other hand, are linguistically linked to Siluyana, which is a Luba language. It appears that the two groups- northern and southern, have been conquered by a later group of Lunda people, thus, fitting the Luba-Lunda Diaspora Mainga If this proposal is correct then Lunda conquerors arrived in the north around the sixteenth century. Around Mainga The two groups were Mbalangwe under Mwenekandala and Mbunda under Mwenechiengele. The area was previously inhabited by Nkoya people who had been brought from their eastern homeland.

The Nkoya were moved to the west to create a buffer against immigrants from the west. Legend has it that Nkoya people belong to the Lunda group that founded the Lozi dynasty Mainga This hypothesis is supported by the permanent presence of Nkoya music repertoire and instruments at the Lozi royal court. In addition, there is linguistic closeness between Nkoya and some of the earlier language groups which, has not been adequately accounted for. After the death of the tenth ruler, Mulambwa, around the kingdom fell into chaos due to a succession dispute between Mubukwanu and his brother Silumelume. Subsequently Silumelume was murdered however, before Mubukwanu could take over chieftainship, Kololo conquerors invaded the land Mainga The Kololo, a horde with a Basuto nucleus, conquered Aluyana people in the middle of the nineteenth century.

During their northward travel the original group swelled through alliances and assimilation of conquered people. Sebitwane was their leader. It is around this period that the name of the Luyana people was changed to the name Rotse. When Kololo warriors entered Barotseland at Sesheke they found a tribe of Subiya who paid tribute to the Luyi. The Subiya pronounced the name of their pillagers Luizi. In turn, the Kololo corrupted the name further to Ba-rozi Turner Missionaries of the Paris Evangelical Missionary Society who were well conversant in Sesotho language elected to spell the name of the people Barotse. Luyana people later liberated their country but retained Kololo language. Following their defeat in by the Kololo a group of Luyana princes fled north and lived in exile at Lukwakwa White In the Lozi to the north and Toka in the south simultaneously rebelled and cast off their yoke of subjection.

Led by Sipopa the princes in the north regrouped, descended on the Kololo and annihilated the men leaving only women and children Yukawa Sipopa ascended to the throne, but was ousted from power in He was succeeded by Mwanawina whose reign was short-lived for less than two years. Moreover, across the border raids were done on the Kaonde to the north and Illa and Tonga to the south. The conquered people were forced to pay tribute. In the nineteenth Century, other people visited the Lozi kingdom. Among them are Portuguese, Ovimbundu, half-caste slave traders and Arabs from the west coast. Griqua traders were the first to reach the Kololo from the south.

In and under advice from Paris Evangelical missionaries, Lewanika signed treaties accepting British protection under the auspices of the British South African Company Zorn However due to political instability in the kingdom king Lewanika prohibited commencement of any work. Coillard left the Lozi kingdom in and only returned in During his absence, two other missionary attempts were made. Firstly, some Jesuits tried to found a mission in Bulozi. With the passage of time small bands of royalties drifted southwards from the Kalabo settlement perhaps after succession feuds. Mwanambinyi set up his chiefdom in the Senanga area.

His people are known as Akwandi Mainga




At other times, people thought Nyambe lived amongst the stars from where he influenced their lives and death Arnot Fufking of the Lozi dynasty seem to have incorporated at least two distinct groups, one found in the north and another in the south. Another case of borrowing is illustrated by the acquisition of Maoma drums. Incidences of avunculocal residence have also been reported for the Lozi.

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Traditionally, economic exchange was carried on through barter and redistribution inn the king, and trade between the Lozi and surrounding bush tribes formed a very important part of the economy. Lozi elderly man and his wife Historically, warfare was very common among the Lozi. Lozi kings fought not so much to enrich themselves, although they obviously increased their power and prestige through successful military operations, but to obtain land and cattle, to add to their subject population, and to extend the area of tribute-exchange in which the conquered shared.