Synonyms for lephalale or Related words with lephalale

modimolle              thabazimbi              ellisras              nylstroom              thohoyandou              vhembe              mookgophong              vaalwater              mtubatuba              gobabis              seshego              tzaneen              mokopane              mariental              emalahleni              naboomspruit              kenhardt              bushbuckridge              haenertsburg              otjiwarongo              matatiele              kwamhlanga              karasburg              nkangala              potgietersrus              marapong              mkushi              westonaria              mafikeng              keetmanshoop              kwadukuza              mpanda              mpika              lukulu              bergville              magaliesburg              rundu              phalaborwa              umkhanyakude              mthatha              nongoma              cuamba              rusape              makhado              palapye              nyanga              mbombela              wolmaransstad              duiwelskloof              thulamela             

Examples of "lephalale"
Lephalale Local Municipality is located in the Waterberg District Municipality of Limpopo province, South Africa. The seat of Lephalale Local Municipality is Lephalale.
The Lephalale-Stockpoort road is the main connection road between the Marapong community and Lephalale/Onverwacht.
Lephalale or Ellisras is a coal mining town in the Limpopo province of South Africa immediately east of the Waterberg Coalfield. The town was established as Ellisras in 1960 and named after the original farm owners, Patrick Ellis and Piet Erasmus. In 2002, Ellisras was renamed Lephalale by the provincial government of Limpopo, after the main river that crosses the municipality. Lephalale is divided into three main subsections, Lephalale, Onverwacht and Marapong. Lephalale is derived from the Setswana meaning "to flow".
Agricultural and farming activities in Lephalale include:
Lephalale hosts two of South Africa's power stations:
Lephalale has a number of educational institutions which are:
The mine is from Lephalale, and employs 2,000 people.
The Lephalale Municipality (LM) area comprises two (2) urban nodes, namely Lephalale/Onverwacht and Marapong (Provincial Growth Point), as well as the surrounding Witpoortjie/Thabo Mbeki rural area (Provincial Growth Point), that accommodates both commercial and communal mixed-farming practices.
Villa Nora is a town in Lephalale Local Municipality in the Limpopo province of South Africa.
The name of Ellisras town was changed to Lephalale during 2002.
The economy of Lephalale is dominated by mining, electricity production, tourism, agriculture and game farming.
Abbotspoort is a town in Lephalale Local Municipality in the Limpopo province of South Africa.
Onverwacht is a suburb of Lephalale in Waterberg District Municipality in the Limpopo province of South Africa.
Public transport in Lephalale is provided by a number of taxi operators and two bus companies, Lowveld Bus Services and Phadziri Brothers. Lowveld Bus Services provides local and long distance services between Lephalale and surrounding villages. In addition it has a contract to provide services for the transportation of labourers to Grootegeluk and Matimba. Phadziri bus service also provides some services to Eskom.
The R33 is a provincial route in South Africa that connects Pietermaritzburg with Lephalale via Greytown, Paulpietersburg, Carolina, Belfast and Vaalwater.
The dam supplies the Lephalale area, Grootgeluk coal mine, Matimba power station and part of the water requirements of Medupi power station.
Mokolo Dam (previously known as the Hans Strijdom Dam) is a rock-fill type dam located on the Mokolo River, near Lephalale, Limpopo, South Africa. It was established in 1980. The Malmanies River and the Bulspruit River, two tributaries of the Mokolo, also enter the dam from its left side. The dam supplies water to Lephalale town. The dam mainly serves for municipal and industrial purposes and its hazard potentials has been ranked high (3).
Lephalale is situated between 23°30' and 24°00' south latitude and 27°30' and 28°00' east longitude and the town is positioned west of the Mokolo river, a tributary to the Limpopo river, 820 meters above sea level.
Game (including rare species like roan, sable and buffalo) has in recent years become a major economic activity, whilst cattle farming is declining to make way for game farming. The estimated number of game farms in Lephalale is 510.
Afterwards the company also installed a trolley power assist system at its Grootegeluk coal mine in Lephalale, South Africa. ISCOR (now known as Mittal Steel South Africa) is the largest user of trolley power assist trolleytruck systems in the world.