Synonyms for botshabelo or Related words with botshabelo

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Examples of "botshabelo"
Besides the vestiges of the past, today Botshabelo is a living museum for the Ndebele architecture.
Between 1980 and 1991 she was a resident at the Botshabelo open-air museum, which presents Ndebele culture to visitors.
In July 2012 there were new attacks in parts of Cape Town and in Botshabelo in the Free State.
One of these was one Jan Sekoto who was sent for further training in Germany. Returning earlier than anticipated, however, he took up a teaching post at Botshabelo. Sekoto’s son Gerard Sekoto, born at Botshabelo in 1913, would later emigrate to Europe, obtaining French citizenship and achieving considerable renown as an artist.
Lesetlhana..Kgosona Setlhabi Sepako,Lekubu Kgosana Lucky Seiso..,Tswapong Kgosana Mothomme..,Maletenyane Kgosana Setlhako Noge..,Ledubana Moaisi..,Mantirisi Kgosana Maswe Mhaphi..,Botshabelo Kgosana Shimane Tsetse
Jazzman Mokhothu highway is the main road entering and leaving the town of Botshabelo in Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality in the free state Province of South Africa.
Another gifted African student who had started out with violin lessons and was to follow in Kuhn’s footsteps to Ducherow and then the theological seminary in Berlin was one Jan Sekoto. Apparently not adapting well to the Pomeranian climate, however, he returned early to the BMS station at Botshabelo as a teacher. Sekoto’s son Gerard Sekoto, born at Botshabelo in 1913, would later emigrate to Europe, obtaining French citizenship and achieving considerable renown as an artist.
Botshabelo, meaning "a place of refuge", is a large township set up in 1979 by the then apartheid government 45 km east of Bloemfontein in the present-day Free State province of South Africa. Botshabelo situated on the N8 road (South Africa) road and is the second-largest township in South Africa (after Soweto). The population comprises mainly people who speak Southern Sotho and Xhosa. The township had over 350 000 inhabitants .
Botshabelo is served by 'Interstate bus lines' commuter buses and 'Big sky coaches', both traveling local and long distances on day to day basis. The township is located on the main railway line between Bloemfontein and Maseru. The township still has unnamed streets, but the development of upgrading and naming of streets and roads is underway. There is also a new taxi rank at the newly built Botshabelo Mall.
Rustfontein Dam is a gravity type dam located on the Modder River near Botshabelo, Free State, South Africa. It was established in 1955 and serves mainly for domestic supply and industrial purposes. Its hazard potential has been ranked high (3).
Kaizer Sebothelo Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Botshabelo, Free State, South Africa. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Hunters. and Shamrock Flowers
There is a Further Education and Training College called Motheo FET College which comprises three main campuses(Thaba N'chu, Hillside view and Bloemfontein) and the satellite campuses in Zastron, Philippolis and Botshabelo.
Botshabelo has a large industrial park with large companies located there. The economy of this township is based on production of food, clothing and other goods. The poultry producing company [Supreme poultry Pty (Ltd)] is located here.
Botshabelo is one of the towns that have produced soccer players for the Premier Soccer League (PSL), especially for Bloemfontein Celtics, players such as James Madidilane, Ditheko Mototo, the late Abram Raselemane, Ntho Moshe, Motseothata November, Ace Gulwa, Lefu Nyapuli,Moeketsi Sekola, Teboho Salemane and others. Kaizer sebothelo stadium is the main sporting venue in Botshabelo with the capacity of 20 000 seater and there is also a sporting arena on the site where indoor sports are played, and a newly revamped recreational Swimming pool open for public .
The road starts at Groblershoop in the Northern Cape, at a junction with the N10 from Upington. It runs east through Griquatown to Kimberley. From Kimberley it runs south-east into the Free State, on a recently upgraded stretch of road, to Bloemfontein. East of Bloemfontein, the road runs through Botshabelo, Thaba Nchu and Ladybrand to end on the Lesotho border at Maseru Bridge.
In 1890 he travelled to the northern shore of Lake Njassa (now known as Lake Malawi in Malawi) in the area called Kondeland. Here he founded two further mission stations, Wangemannshöhe and Manow. Being interested in geography, he later also published a map of this area. On his way back to Germany he had another opportunity to visit Botshabelo.
Botshabelo has a new regional mall near the industrial park. The mall is anchored by Shoprite, Woolworths, Pick n Pay, Cashbuild & Truworths. This new shopping destination has over 80 stores including banks and restaurants. The mall is owned by liberty property group and Khora investments. It is located at Cnr N8 road & Jazzman Mokhothu Highway.
Luthando Mbinda was elected president at the 2014 congress in Botshabelo, while Letlapa Mphahlele was elected in July 2015 in Manguang. Mbinda claimed that Mphahlele's election was not valid, as he was not a valid member, while Mphahlele is challenging his expulsion in court.
From Maun, now the capital of Ngamiland, Nokaneng is about 200 km by road and about 200 from Shakawe. It has also been realised that the majority of people residing in Maun trace their roots to Nokaneng, especially those residing in the Botshabelo, Boseja and Thito wards of Maun.
Bloemfontein is joint home (together with nearby Botshabelo) to Premier Soccer League team Bloemfontein Celtic. Some of the matches of the 2010 FIFA World Cup were played at the Free State Stadium, including the historic 4–1 defeat of England by Germany in the round of 16.