Songs about Kalanga:

songsBa Kalanga Balingi Loyo Kana by Franco from the Album Merveilles Du Passé Vol. 3 (1961-1962)

songsBa Kalanga Balingi Toyo Kana by L'Ok Jazz Franco from the Album Franco et l'OK Jazz, 1961-1962 (Merveilles du passé, vol. 3)

songsBa Kalanga Balingi Toyo Kana by Franco from the Album Franco & Le T.P OK Jazz : Merveilles du Passé Vol.3 : 1961/62

songsBa Kalanga Balingi Toyo Kana by Franco & l'Orchestre OK Jazz from the Album The Very Best of 1960-1962

songsBa Kalanga Balingi Toyo Kana by Franco from the Album Florette Modele

songsEtra kalanga - Nadanamakriya - Misrachapu by Ariyakudi Ramanuja Iyengar from the Album Stalwarts - Vintage Recordings of Masters - Ariyakudi Ramanuja Iyengar

songsJambo Kalanga by African M&c Company from the Album Jambo Kalanga


Books about Kalanga:

booksReasonable Radicals and Citizenship in Botswana: The Public Anthropology of Kalanga Elites (African Systems of... by Richard Werbner (Jul 16, 2004)

booksKalanga: Retrospect and prospect (1991)

booksWebster's Kalanga to English Crossword Puzzles: Level 1 by Philip M. Parker (Aug 2, 2007)

booksWebster's Kalanga - English Thesaurus Dictionary by Philip M. Parker (Jan 3, 2008)

booksA History of the Kalanga in Bulilima and Mangwe Districts: 1850-2008 by Thembani Dube (Nov 18, 2010)

booksOral Traditions of the Kalanga of Izimnyama Community: Mangwe District, c1800-2006 by Thembani Dube (Feb 16, 2011)

booksButua and the End of an Era: The effect of the collapse of the Kalanga state on ordinary citizens. An analysis... by Catharina van Waarden (Oct 15, 2012)


Wiki information Kalanga:

Kalanga Language
Human Language

The Kalanga language, or Ikalanga, TjiKalanga, is a Bantu language spoken by the Kalanga people. It is known for its extensive phoneme inventory, which includes palatalized, velarized, aspirated, and breathy-voiced consonants. It is closely related...

Kalanga people

The Kalanga, also known as the Bakalanga, 'Bakalaka', are one of the first Bantu speaking tribes to migrate to present day Botswana, followed by the Bakgalagadi and then the Batswana. The Kalanga had first settled in Mapungubwe in South Africa, the...