|King (Kgosi) of Bechuanaland, Ruler of the Bangwato people of central Botswana, Paramount Chief of the bamaNgwato|
|Died||17 November 1925 (aged 55–56)
|Issue||3 sons and 1 daughter by 3 wives|
|Father||Khama III (1872, 1875–1923)|
He was the son of King Khama III by his first wife, Mma-Besi. In 1923, Sekgoma II ascended the throne at the age of 54 upon the death of his father. However, his reign was short and only lasted two years. Sekgoma's son, Seretse II, was too young at the time to ascend the throne, and Tshekedi Khama, Sekgoma's younger brother, acted as regent.
- Knight-Bruce, Mrs. Wyndham (1893). The Story of an African Chief: Being the Life of Khama. London: K. Paul, Trench, Trübner.
- Lloyd, Edwin (1895). Three Great African Chiefs (Khâmé, Sebelé and Bathoeng). London: T. F. Unwin – via Google Books.
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