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Apart from Sepedi itself, the other languages or dialects covered by the term "Northern Sotho" appear to be a diverse grouping of communal speech-forms within the Sotho-Tswana group.Pedi people The Northern Sotho have been subdivided into the high-veld Sotho, which are comparatively recent immigrants mostly from the west and southwest, and the low-veld Sotho, who combine immigrants from the north with inhabitants of longer standing.The high-veld Sotho include the Pedi (in the narrower sense), Tau, Kone, Roka, Ntwane, Mphahlele, Tšhwene, Mathabathe, Kone (Matlala), Dikgale, Batlokwa, Gananwa (Mmalebogo), Mmamabolo, and Moletše.They are apparently united by the fact that they are classifiable neither as Southern Sotho nor as Tswana.Very little published information is available on these other dialects of Northern Sotho, however, which have been reported to include: khe Lobedu (khi Lobedu or se Lobedu), se Tlokwa, se Birwa, thi Pulana (or se Pulana), Khutswe, se Tswapo and also Pai (transitional between Sotho-Tswana and Zulu).The Kgalagadi were apparently the first Sotho to settle in Southern Africa, followed later by the Digoya.

The Rolong, Fokeng and finally the Hurutse followed them.

Their precise classification would appear to be a matter for further research.

Some examples of Northern Sotho words and phrases: Bapedi women EARLY ORIGIN The Pedi are of Sotho origin.

Bapedi girls Sepedi is also sometimes referred to as Sesotho sa Laboa or Northern Sotho.

This language is a part of the Bantu Group which belongs to the Niger-Congo and it is very closely connected with the Setswana and Sesotho languages.

Pedi people Pedi in the narrowest sense, refers more to a political unit than to a cultural or linguistic one: the Pedi polity included the people living within the area over which the Maroteng dynasty established dominance during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.