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Lelefatsa kgoro sa maKhalathi ka modu mo Cape Town, Kimberley le Pretoria.
maKhalathi ke batho ba Aforika Borwa (2011).

MaKhaladi ke batho ba Aforika Borwa.

Ka Seisimane ba bitswa "Coloureds" goba "People of Colour". Ka Seburu (Afrikaans) ba bitswa "Kleurlinge" goba "Bruinmense".

MaKhaladi ba sala gagolo mo porofense ya Kapa Bophirima le Kapa Bokone.

A Aforika Borwa, lentsoe Coloureds 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 ya Aforika Borwa. 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 Aforika Borwa, 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] Mitochondrial DNA lithuto tsa li bontšitse hore lerato ea 'me (tšehali) mecha ea ho baahi ba Coloured ba theohela boholo tsoang Khoisan basadi, taba ea gender- leeme admixture.[4][5]

References[fetola | Fetola Motswedi]

  1. "coloured". Oxford Dictionaries. Oxford University. Archived from the original on 9 March 2014. Retrieved 14 April 2014.
  2. "What's in a name? Racial categorisations under apartheid and their afterlife". Archived (PDF) from the original on 2006-06-23. Retrieved 2023-09-30.
  3. Schmid, Randolph E. (April 30, 2009). "Africans have world's greatest genetic variation". Msnbc.com. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/30502963/. Retrieved 2009-10-23. 
  4. Quintana-Murci, L; Harmant, C; H, Quach; Balanovsky, O; Zaporozhchenko, V; Bormans, C; van Helden, PD,; et al. (2010). "Strong maternal Khoisan contribution to the South African coloured population: a case of gender-biased admixture. American Journal of Human Genetics 86: 611-20".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  5. Schlebusch, CM; Naidoo, T; Soodyall, H (2009). "SNaPshot minisequencing to resolve mitochondrial macro-haplogroups found in Africa. Electrophoresis 30: 3657-64".