Caprivians live in the north-eastern part of Namibia which borders Zambia, Botswana and Angola. They share their language with the Lozi of Barotseland in Zambia. The Musubia and Mafwe are the largest Caprivian tribes, while others groups are the Mayeyi, Matotela and Mbukushu. Important elements of their economy are cattle farming, crop cultivation, fishing and hunting.