Historical Information

A dominate tribe and village of the Bechuanaland Protectorate located along the Orange River on the edge of the Kalahari Desert. Ngwaketse was attacked by Boer rebels on the outset of the Great War for its willingness to aid Great Britain against the Germans. Relations have become strained with The British Consulate over some local issues.

Ntebogang became the acting Chiefess of the Ngwaketse after a period of upheaval for the tribe. The previous ruler, Tshosa Sebego, was deposed and executed in 1923 for aiding Boer Rebels in exchange for diamonds and replaced by Gagoangwe Sechele who then died of an unknown illness in 1924.

Current Events

Ntebogang has initiated many projects to improve the lives of her people and has started the construction of schools, dams, clinics, and she established the first hospital in the Bechuanaland Protectorate which is located in Ngwaketse.



  • Bathoen IParamount Chief 1889/1910, died 1910 of old age
  • Gagoangwe SecheleChief, 1923/1294, died of an unknown illness in 1924
  • Tshosa SebegoChief, 1919/1923, deposed and executed for aiding Boer rebels


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