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White people in Botswana

White people in Botswana
Total population
Approx. 63,834
Regions with significant populations
 Botswana (Approx. 63,834[1])
Languages
English, Afrikaans
Religion
Christianity, Judaism
Related ethnic groups
White people in Zambia, White people in Zimbabwe, White South Africans

White people in Botswana are Botswana people whose ancestry lies within the continent of Europe, most notably the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.

Currently, White Africans are a minority ethnic group in Botswana, accounting for 3% of the country's population.[1] The White population usually speak Afrikaans as well as other European languages, most notably English.

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