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Bayeiye, the aborigines of the Lake Ngami district, South Central Africa, now reduced to slavery by the intruding Batuanas, who are of Bechuana stock. The Bayeiye belong to the same Bantu family as the Bakubas, a large and still independent nation who occupy the region between Lake Ngami and Ovampo-land; the Bakuba head chief, "King" Anduri, resides at Libebe; total population of all the Bayeiye and Bakuba tribes (1884), 162,000.