1967R. Raven-HartBefore Van Riebeeck 199Watermen...They were the ‘Strandlopers’ of the Dutch period, or ‘Goringhaiconas’, with ‘Herry’ (Hadah) as their Chief.
1968E.A. WalkerHist. of Sn Afr. 36Van Riebeeck found three clans wandering with their sheep and cattle in and about the Cape Peninsula: Herry’s Strandloopers or, to give them their full title, Goringhaikonas, a mere eighteen strong; the Kaapmen or Goringhaikuas, some 600 warriors in all, and the Koras, Gorachouquas or tobacco-thieves, 300 fighting men all told.
1989Reader’s Digest Illust. Hist. of S. Afr. 44The first Khoikhoi whom the new settlers encountered were the Goringhaicona — the Strandlopers. Also living on or near the Cape Peninsula were the Gorachouqua and the Goringhaiqua.
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