Synonyms for ghanzi or Related words with ghanzi

gobabis              molepolole              chipinge              kgatleng              francistown              jwaneng              grootfontein              rundu              mahalapye              mpika              oshakati              karonga              kweneng              palapye              otjiwarongo              kasungu              mkushi              adjumani              monze              kitale              masvingo              serowe              narok              dedza              marondera              chiredzi              mbeya              eenhana              opuwo              kwale              kgalagadi              serenje              chikwawa              nkayi              isiolo              bungoma              iringa              kajiado              kasese              kitgum              mandera              mchinji              katima              solwezi              mongu              mokhotlong              nyanga              musoma              vihiga              kalangala             

Examples of "ghanzi"
Ghanzi Airport is located about 600 km west of Gaborone, in the Ghanzi District.
Ghanzi Airport is an airport at Ghanzi, in the Ghanzi District of Botswana. The airport is approximately 1 km from the center of the town. There is currently no scheduled service, only charter and private operations.
The place known today as Ghanzi was first called "Kamp". The Kalahari Arms Hotel and the Barclays bank in Ghanzi were some of the first businesses established in Ghanzi.
Ghanzi has three banks – Barclays Bank, First National Bank, and Bank Gaborone, all of which have ATMs. Ghanzi now has three shopping centres, Ghanzi Spar, Score and the recently opened Choppies, another retailer in Botswana.
In the west, Ghanzi borders the Omaheke Region of Namibia. Domestically, it borders the following districts: North-West on the north, Central on the east, Kweneng on the southeast, Kgalagadi on the south. Ghanzi, Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Deception Valley, Ghanzi Craft, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and Khutse Game Reserve are the major game areas in the district.
Groote Laagte is a village in Ghanzi District of Botswana. It is located close to the Namibian border, north-west of the district capital Ghanzi. Groote Laagte has a primary school and the population was 483 in 2001 census.
Qabo is a village in Ghanzi District of Botswana. It is located in the north-eastern part of the district, north of the district capital Ghanzi, and it has a primary school. The population was 401 in 2001 census.
Thuto Isago Trust's vision is to have all children in Ghanzi District in school, reducing the number of school dropouts. The Trust strives to provide appropriate education for children of all ethnic groups in Ghanzi district.
Chobokwane is a village in Ghanzi District of Botswana. It is located south-west of the district capital Ghanzi, and has a primary school. The population was 771 in 2011 census.
Charles Hill is a village in Ghanzi District of Botswana. It is located close to the Namibian border. Charles Hill is the second-largest village in Ghanzi District, with a population of 3,591 in 2011 census.
He is an ethnic Afrikaner from Ghanzi, which has historically had a large Boer population.
Overthrust is a four-piece Death metal band from Ghanzi, Botswana.
A large copper-silver deposit is being outlined at Ghanzi by Hana Mining.
There are some interesting things to see in Ghanzi. Kuru, which is a charity assisting the San / bushmen has a small shop selling hand made Bushmen crafts. There are few sightseeing spots in Ghanzi - lions are kept in enclosures at the main gate of TauTona. "Ghanzi gat" is a hole that was made while the tar road was being made in Ghanzi, but while using dynamite to break the rock open, the people accidentally opened a water vein. This filled the 40m deep hole with water.
Ghanzi Airport serves the town. There is currently no scheduled service, only charter and private operations.
Ghanzi (sometimes Gantsi) is a district in western Botswana, bordering Namibia in the west and extending east into much of the interior of the country. The district's administrative centre is the town of Ghanzi. Most of the eastern half of Ghanzi makes up the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. The human population at the 2001 census was 43,370, less populous than that of any other district in Botswana. Ghanzi's area is 117,910 km².
Thuto Isago Trust is located on the BNYC premises in White City Ward in Gantsi (Ghanzi), Botswana.
Christian de Graaff is the Minister of Agriculture of Botswana and a Member of Parliament for the Ghanzi District.
Other spellings of Ghanzi include "Gantsi", which is more consistent with Setswana, the national language of Botswana; "Ghansi"; and "Ghantsi". It has also been purported that the various renderings of Ghanzi actually stem from the Naro language word "Gaentsii", meaning "swollen buttocks", referring tp the good health of antelope and, later, cattle that congregated around a pan in the area.
ǂKxʼao-ǁʼae (ǂKxʼauǁʼein, Auen, Kaukau) is a southeastern variety of the !Xuun dialect continuum, spoken in Botswana (Grootelaagte, East Hanahai, Kanagas, and Ghanzi villages in Ghanzi District, and on the commercial farms) and in Namibia (Gobabis, and settlements along the C22 road to Otjinene as far as Eiseb (Omaheke District)) by about 7,000 people. In Botswana, most speakers are bilingual in Naro or Tswana.