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cuan12002-sup-0001-FigureS1.docx40KFigure S1. King Molotlegi, promoting a 2013 partnership between the U.S. NBA and the Royal Bafokeng (http://www.supersport.com/xtra/article.aspx?Id=407000; accessed February 21, 2013).
cuan12002-sup-0002-FigureS2.docx64KFigure S2. Image of King Mswati and his daughter at the 2013 umhlanga ritual (http://www.thelondoneveningpost.com/business/time-for-intensive-care-for-swaziland/king-mswati-lll-and-his-daughter-princess-sikhanyiso-take-part-in-the-traditional-reed-dance-in-swaziland/; accessed on January 28).
cuan12002-sup-0003-FigureS3.docx2649KFigure S3. The proximity of elite guests to the Tswana chief, while his subjects stand outside, looking in. The original caption (Schlosser 2001 plate 18) reads “Chief Bathoen II . . . is seated in the Kgotla on an exquisitely made Kgotla-chair observing the dances in his honour. In the foreground the children of the British District Commissioner.” (From Schlosser, Katesa, 2001 At the edge of the Kalahari : historical colour photographs of Tswana chiefdoms and Hereros in exile. Vol. 12. Kiel: Museum für Völkerkunde der Universität Kiel.)
cuan12002-sup-0004-FigureS4.docx738KFigure S4. Molotlegi enters the enthronement in a traditional donkey cart to show humility, but cloaked in a traditional leopard skin, over his tailored suit. From the Daily Mail coverage of the World Cup Soccer Games played in the Bafokeng stadium. (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1286074/WORLD-CUP-2010-Afghanistan-troops-send-good-luck-video-England-squad.html; accessed February 21, 2013).

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