1930I. SchaperaKhoiSan Peoples 47The Korana or !Kora are..traditionally the descendants of the Kora or Gorachouqua, who, originally resident in the Cape Peninsula, began to draw away inland from the Dutch settlement towards the end of the seventeenth century.
[1933I. SchaperaEarly Cape Hottentots 9Also referred to in the early records as Chorachouquas, Ghorachouquas, Goerachouqua, Gorachouna, etc. They are generally held to have been the ancestors of the modern Korana..and to have been named after their first chief !Kora..; their tribal name as given in the records would therefore mean ‘men of !Kora’.]
1968J.T. McNishRd to El Dorado 3One tribe at the Cape, the Korachoqua, from which the Korana finally emerged as a tribe living along the Vaal River, were living at Tigerberg in 1657.
1989Reader’s Digest Illust. Hist. of S. Afr. 42This hardening of the cattle price owed a lot to the efforts of a Gorachouqua Khoikhoi named Goree, who in 1613 was kidnapped and taken..to London where he soon learned the real value of money and trade.
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