The Tjwa, San people of Zimbabwe, for the first time ever in the history of the country were afforded an opportunity to take part in the constitution making process, after a long and tedious journey of lobbying and advocacy. In many instances, the Tjwa/San people were not fully consulted, this resulted in the inclusion of the Koisan language being included in the constitution. The Tjwa/San people would have preferred their language to be called Tjwao instead of Koisan. Khoisan is a typological, not a genetic grouping, i.e. referring to all languages characterized by click inventories, excluding the Bantu languages, which have borrowed clicks quite recently.
Further, the Tsoro-o-tso San Development Trust has embarked on the development of the primary school syllabus to enable the language to be taught formally at school.