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One of a breed of indigenous cattle of South Africa, formed by hybridizing the indigenous humpless cattle with zebu cattle from Asia.
Fabius Sanga, their "patron" in Rome, who in his turn acquainted Cicero.
Germany gained a better outlet to the Sanga river.
The south boundary runs in a fairly direct line from the mouth of the Campo river to the river Dscha (or Ngoko), which it follows to its confluence with the Sanga.
In the south-east of the colony the streams - of which the chief are the Dscha and Bumba - are tributaries of the Sanga, itself an affluent of the Congo.
Ngoko is a trading station on the Dscha, in the south-east of the protectorate, near the confluence of that river with the Sanga.
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