Khama knew that their wild incantations had no power to make rain, but that God alone ruled the heavens.
The next stage in the journey is marked by Palapshwye, Khama's capital.
Two mornings later the Boer envoys returned from interviewing Khama.
The main object of Khama's life and rule has been to keep his people from intoxicants.
On the west Khama's territories are threatened with invasion.
Unlike every other native governor in Africa, Khama was unselfish.
On the Monday morning Khama sent word to all the white men to come to him.
Khama was acclaimed the supreme chief of all the Bamangwato.
When they were asleep Khama took up his gun and went out into the starry night.
These are Khama's own words taken down at the time by Hepburn.