Tswana is a Bantu language spoken by about 4.4 million people in Bostwana, where it is the national and majority language, Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. The majority of speakers, about 3.6 million, live in South Africa, where the language is officially recognised. Tswana is closely related to Southern and Northern Sotho, and is also known as Beetjuans, Chuana, Coana, Cuana and Sechuana..
This language is not currently taught at IU. We do have access to archived materials and resources. Learn more about Setswana here.