Les Coloured est un terme d'origine anglaise qui désigne les populations d'ethnies mélangées, ni blanches ni noires, en Afrique du Sud, en Namibie, en Zambie, au Botswana et au Zimbabwe .
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Coloureds ( Afrikaans: Kleurlinge or Bruinmense, lit. 'Brown people') refers to members of multiracial ethnic communities in Southern Africa who may have ancestry from more than one of the various populations inhabiting the region, including African, Asian, Australasian, as well as European. South Africa's Coloured people are regarded as having ...
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In South Africa and neighboring countries, the term Coloureds refers to a multiracial ethnic group native to Southern Africa who have ancestry from more than one of the various populations inhabiting the region, including indigenous (Khoisan, Bantu and others), Whites (including Afrikaner), Austronesian, East Asian, or South Asian. 
Coloureds. A Afrika e Boroa, lentsoe Coloureds (eo hape a tsejoa e le Bruin mense kapa Kleurlinge) ke sesupo merabe bakeng sa batho se hlahang ho yona merabe e tsoakiloeng ba neng ba rua leloko tsoang Europe, Asia le tse fapa-fapaneng Khoisan le Bantu merabe ea Afrika e ka boroa. Hase batho bohle ba Coloured bolella tšoanang morabe, 'me malapa ...
In South African, Namibian, Zambian, Botswanan, and Zimbabwean context, the term Coloured ( Kleurlinge in Afrikaans) is used to refer to people of mixed European and Khoisan or Bantu ancestry. They form the majority of the Northern Cape and Western Cape populations.
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Cape Coloureds. Cape Coloureds ( Afrikaans: Kaapse Kleurlinge) are a South African ethnic group consisted primarily of persons of mixed race and Khoisan descent. Although Coloureds form a minority group within South Africa, they are the predominant population group in the Western Cape . A Coloured man from Cape Town speaking Afrikaans.
The coloured people represent a very wide range of genetic and cultural backgrounds. They are a mixed race with European and African ancestry. Their history under the rule of South Africa was very similar to that of the Cape Coloured . The general consensus is that coloureds accept the Seven Steps of District Six to show their lineage to include: