Linguistic history is being made after students at the University of Cape Town, graduated from an indigenous language course, with roots that date back more than 200,000 years. The Coy-San are known to be one of the earliest inhabitants of Southern Africa, but their language was mostly lost through the ages, with colonialism said to be a major cause. CGTN's Travers Andrews has more with this report.
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