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He was educated in South Africa and studied law at the University of Oxford. up here to see what happened On This Dayevery day in your inbox! Khama, Sir Seretse. See all media.

Get a Britannica Premium subscription and gain access to exclusive content. Sir Seretse Khamaborn July 1,SeroweBechuanaland [now Botswana]—died July 13,GaboroneBotswanafirst president of Botswana —80after the former Bechuanaland protectorate gained independence from Great Britain.

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Seretse Khama succeeded his father to the chieftainship of the Ngwato Mangwato, or Bamangwato people at age four. In Swaziland, where the presence of white settlers and South African and international economic interests held up full independence untilthe Swazi king Sobhuza II emerged as head of state through….

As president of Botswana, Khama promoted his ideal of a multiracial democracy. He was reelected to successive terms and served as president of Botswana until his death. Facebook Twitter.


After three successful…. Born: July 1, Serowe Botswana Show more Died: July 13, aged 59 Gaborone Botswana Show more. Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. External Websites.

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His marriage to Ruth Williams, a British woman, in caused considerable controversy in both Britain and Bechuanaland and was among the reasons the British government forced his exile from Bechuanaland until he agreed to renounce the chieftainship in Following his return to Bechuanaland as a private citizen, he founded the Democratic Party inand in he became prime minister. Full Article. Print Cite verified Cite.

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Britannica Quiz. Please refer to the appropriate style manual or other sources if you have any questions. His son, Ian Khamabecame president of Botswana in Sir Seretse Khama.

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