Located on the Strip, the Caprivi are 80 000 and include five groups (Masubia, Mafwe, Mbukushu, Mayet, Matotela).
They were under the control of a Lozi king until the early twentieth century. The Caprivi are farmers, herders and fishermen.
They are known for their baskets and their grains fish traps.
Everywhere in the villages, farmers, fishermen, farmers and artisans work, while many schools are younger.
The Masubia :
The eastern part of the Caprivi essentiellment is populated by people.
They established their headquarters in Bukalo.
The Masubia lived in Botswana until the seventeenth century, then migrated to the marshy plains of Namibia, where they subsist on fishing.
The Mafwe :
They emigrated to Zambia in the eighteenth century, they are établient today along the banks of the Kwando and Linyanti.
The Mbukushu :
They live farther south, near Lizauli and Sachon.
They are originally from the Kavango RegionAs well as tribes san (Bushmen).
Originating in Botswana, formerly under the authority of the Mafwe, have now won their political independence and have Sangwali their capital.
The Matotela :
This people inhabited mainly to Katima Mulilo .