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Dr Lynn Ang is a Reader in Early Childhood Education at the Institute of Education, University College London and Glenda is Head of Early Years Education at Stranmillis University College.
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While attending a special alumni event, Lord Maginnis, who entered Stranmillis as student in 1956, visited the College Hall, which was built after the war as a temporary building.
The enthusiastic, young Ken Maginnis, and many thousands of Stranmillis students since then, have sat their exams in that building.
Sorghum, beans, pumpkins, sweet melons and gourds were planted, and the Tswana found that maize, introduced by the Portuguese into the country, was also highly productive.
The history of the Tswana people is one of continual dissension and fission where disputes, sometimes over chieftain ascendancy, resulted in a section of the tribe breaking away from the main tribe, under the leadership of a dissatisfied chief's relative, and settling elsewhere.
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As hunters, herders and cultivators they found the high plains to their liking.