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When did blacks arrive in South Africa?

I suppose that depends on whom one considers “black.”Before colonization and settlement of European populations in Southern Africa, there existed two major groups: Bantu and Khoisan populations.Khoisan-like people have been in the land for what seems to be about 80 - 100,000 years[1][1][1][1] , though their lineages have been separate for much longer than that. They aren’t a single group, as many speak unrelated languages, and have traditionally followed different lifestyles (i.e., Pastoralist Khoi v. Hunter Gatherer San populations). They, however, are distinct from the next major group in that they have a higher incidence of lighter skin shades and tend to have epicanthic eye-folds. Epicanthic eye-folds aren’t uncommon around the world, but they tend not to cluster in many populations. To many, it gives them an appearance that is vaguely similar to that of East Asian populations. Today, they are most common across the Western portion of the country. However, many would likely still classify them as “black.”Above: A Khoisan grandmother with her granddaughter.As for the next group, Bantu populations, they have been prominent in South Africa for no where near as long. However, they make up the majority of the population. They appeared in what is now South Africa by between 300 and 500 A.D. They were part of the larger Bantu expansion that started by between 3,000 and 1,000 B.C.E, though most sources seem to say 1,000 B.C.E., from what is now the border region of Cameroon and Nigeria.[2][2][2][2] These people spoke the Proto-Bantu language (reconstructed)[3][3][3][3] , and most easily fit the category people deem “black.”Above: One of many proposed maps that details much of, though not all of, the migration.They had mid to dark brown skin, and looked mostly like West Africans. On their way through South Africa, they absorbed, conquered, or in some cases, outright replaced preexisting populations. Since they made use of farming and metallurgy[4][4][4][4] , they were able to sustain larger populations and spread more easily compared to the smaller pastoralist and hunter-gatherer populations.[5][5][5][5] Some polities, such as the Zulu kingdom, became particularly prominent in the area.Above: Zulu people.As Bantu populations expanded throughout the area, they intermingled to an extent with the preexisting peoples. This explains how both Zulu and Xhosa, for example, have some click consonants, despite being completely unrelated to the Khoisan languages.Their spread really only stopped around the 1700s, which is about the time when European peoples (i.e., Trekboers: Dutch, German, French Huguenots) began settling in South Africa.[6][6][6][6]Footnotes[1] Southern Africa[1] Southern Africa[1] Southern Africa[1] Southern Africa[2] The Bantu Migration[2] The Bantu Migration[2] The Bantu Migration[2] The Bantu Migration[3] Proto-Bantu language - Wikipedia[3] Proto-Bantu language - Wikipedia[3] Proto-Bantu language - Wikipedia[3] Proto-Bantu language - Wikipedia[4] http://lhs.walton.k12.ga.us/new/teachers/goethals/SS%20StudyGuides/Mr%20G's%20AP%20WH%20Reading%20Files/Unit%202%20Readings/World%20History%20Lesson%2024%20-%20Migration%20-%20Bantu%20Germans%20and%20Vikings%20(Readings).pdf[4] http://lhs.walton.k12.ga.us/new/teachers/goethals/SS%20StudyGuides/Mr%20G's%20AP%20WH%20Reading%20Files/Unit%202%20Readings/World%20History%20Lesson%2024%20-%20Migration%20-%20Bantu%20Germans%20and%20Vikings%20(Readings).pdf[4] http://lhs.walton.k12.ga.us/new/teachers/goethals/SS%20StudyGuides/Mr%20G's%20AP%20WH%20Reading%20Files/Unit%202%20Readings/World%20History%20Lesson%2024%20-%20Migration%20-%20Bantu%20Germans%20and%20Vikings%20(Readings).pdf[4] http://lhs.walton.k12.ga.us/new/teachers/goethals/SS%20StudyGuides/Mr%20G's%20AP%20WH%20Reading%20Files/Unit%202%20Readings/World%20History%20Lesson%2024%20-%20Migration%20-%20Bantu%20Germans%20and%20Vikings%20(Readings).pdf[5] http://www.sps186.org/downloads/basic/727178/ch8_2.pdf[5] http://www.sps186.org/downloads/basic/727178/ch8_2.pdf[5] http://www.sps186.org/downloads/basic/727178/ch8_2.pdf[5] http://www.sps186.org/downloads/basic/727178/ch8_2.pdf[6] The Bantu Migration[6] The Bantu Migration[6] The Bantu Migration[6] The Bantu Migration

Why has there never been a powerful African nation like Rome, Persia, or the Aztecs?

Before Europeans arrived in west Africa, like the South Americans, Africans had something like aqueducts and toilets. Instead of wearing sweaty clothes in their tropical climate, they wore ornate jewelry, weaving gold thread through their hair and dusting themselves w gold. There are pyramids in sub Saharan africa and great kingdoms in the east and west. They also built great fortresses that somewhat resembled castles but the actual architecture of their hkmes was closer to the Japanese centuries ago. Here is a link for more on the west: https://www.sps186.org/downloads/basic/588443/ch15_2.pdf

To live or to die? Which one is better when you know you're just another nothing?

LIVE.LIVE for yourselfLIVE for your family.LIVE for the beggar (who is going be happy by receiving food/money from you tomorrow)LIVE for the stranger (who is asking you to live by writing this at 2.51 am)IF this do not convince you then ask yourself how will your mother feel after finding you died.She not only struggled 9 months but also for rest of your life(she used to wake up early in the morning for your tiffin ;she used to teach you the hard school lessons again; she used to cook in that summer days on chulla so her son/daughter have a happy vacations in an AC room watching TV,painting, sleeping…;(the list is endless).And in end what you gave her .As life is a sine curve you might get hit by a down phase , where you are low on energy,confidence,interest,.. but donot forget time will comes, when you are pumped up with confidence and believes you can do anything .One ask such question(or search something like this) only when he/she is hit and believes this hit is going to last through out his/her life.Believe in yourself ,believe in life,believe in GOD ,as nothing is permanent in this dynamic universe.To get your confidence back follow these steps(you can have few more of yours that you can comment for benefit of others)Get up in morning and meditate for at-least 5–10 min.(to rewire your brain)Read autobiographies.(To know how these brilliant personalities faced their down phase). Some are listed below,I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings - Full Text PDFAbraham Lincoln: A Life - Lincoln Studies Center - Knox CollegeAngela’s Ashes – Frank McCourt (http://www.alvinisd.net/cms/lib03/TX01001897/Centricity/Domain/4005/Angelas%20Ashes%20PDF.pdf)A Child Called It – Dave Pelzer (https://www.sps186.org/downloads/blurbs/36440/Dave%20Pelzer%20-%20A%20Child%20Called)Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption – Laura Hillenbrand (http://westada.org/cms/lib8/ID01904074/Centricity/Domain/2456/Unbroken__A_World_War_II_Story_of_Survival__Resilience__and_Redemption_-_Laura_Hillenbrand.pdf)Spend some time on your hobby each day.(do not spend hours,that may disturb your professional or academic life and bring more pressure on you)Try to stay away from people or activities which bring you down.If possible Go on a tour (I may prefer a tour with my 10 idiots)(let it be a small 1 or 2 day tour, no problem)Sanket Chafle's answer to What practical things can I do on a daily basis to improve my self confidence?PS. Up-vote if you like my answer.

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