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The Tsonga language (Xitsonga) is a southern African Bantu language spoken by the Tsonga people, it was officially created in 1875 at the Valdezia Mission Station by the Swiss Missionaries, otherwise, it was a combination of various east coast dialects, such as Xigwamba, XiNkuna, Xihlengwe, XiTembe, XiValoyi, XiNyembani, Xitswa, XiRonga, XiChopi, etc. The Swiss Missionaries blended all these east coast dialects into one and formed one super language, which they called ‘Thonga’, but later modified it and renamed Xitsonga. The Swiss Missionaries refused to recognised Tswa and Ronga as independent languages from Xitsonga because, according to them, Tswa and Ronga are 99% related to Xitsonga. At Valdezia Mission Station, and the rest of South Africa, Tswa and Ronga were swallowed, incorporated and disappeared into Xitsonga. But in Mozambique, Tswa, Ronga and Xitsonga are regarded as independent languages. The only differences between Tswa, Ronga and Xitsonga in Mozambique is that Ronga and Tswa are highly influenced by the Portuguese language as Maputo and Matola are the homelands of the Ronga and Tswa people.

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