Synonyms for lobatse or Related words with lobatse

francistown              molepolole              gaborone              selibe              chingola              mahalapye              mutare              gweru              phikwe              palapye              serowe              ruiru              beitbridge              mchinji              masvingo              mzuzu              lilongwe              marondera              ramotswa              kitwe              techiman              ndola              mbombela              zvishavane              rundu              mafikeng              chipata              kapiri              chililabombwe              oshakati              roodepoort              solwezi              nakuru              kitale              lusaka              mochudi              vanderbijlpark              eldoret              dagoretti              bakau              mwanza              grootfontein              mvuma              nelspruit              kahawa              polokwane              germiston              manicaland              chiredzi              kisumu             

Examples of "lobatse"
Lobatse Airport is an airport serving Lobatse, Botswana.
Saad Khalid – 5/24 vs Nigeria at Lobatse Cricket Ground, Lobatse on 4 May 2011
The airline's route network saw it flying Bulawayo-Francistown-Serowe-Gaborone-Johannesburg-Gaborone-Lobatse-Ghansi on Mondays; Ghansi-Lobatse-Gaborone-Serowe-Francistown on Tuesdays; Francistown-Maun-Serondellas-Livingstone-Serondellas-Maun-Francistown on Wednesdays; Francistown-Maun-Ghansi-Maun-Francistown on Thursdays; Francistown-Serowe-Gaborone-Lobatse-Johannesburg-Lobatse-Gaborone-Serowe-Francistown on Fridays; and Francistown to Bulawayo on Saturdays.
The Gaborone Dam is located south of Gaborone along the Gaborone-Lobatse road, and provides water for both Gaborone and Lobatse.
Lobatse Cricket Ground is cricket ground in Lobatse, Botswana. The ground is mainly used for cricket. The ground is one of the three cricket grounds in the country.
Kgomokasitwa has one primary school for pupils aged from 5 year to 13 years. The pupils complete a 7-year curriculum which is finished by seating for PSLE( Pimary School Leaving Examination) Students then attend intermediate junior high in either Molapowabojang or Lobatse. For High school there is Lobatse Secondary School in Lobatse.
The Botswana Prison Service (BPS) operates the Lobatse Prison.
Lobatse Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Lobatse, Botswana. It is used mostly for football matches and serves as the home stadium of Extension Gunners. The stadium holds 20,000 people.
In 1954 the colonial development co-operation built the Lobatse Abbatoir which is now BMC (Botswana Meat Commission). Lobatse has the distinction of having the first tarmac road in Botswana, which was laid in 1958. At independence on 30 September 1966, this 5 km-long section was the only tarred road in the entire country. This was the road from the Lobatse Station to the High Court which was specially built for the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth in 1947.
The reservoir provides a water supply to Lobatse, a town south of Gaborone.
Gaborone, Tlkokweng, Mogoditsane, Phakalane, Francistown, Lobatse, Palapye, Maun, Kasane, Selibe-Phikwe, Letlhakane, Jwaneng, and Orapa.
Botswana Breweries has four plants in Lobatse, Gaborone, Palapye and Francistown.
Gaborone, Tlkokweng, Mogoditsane, Molepolole, Phakalane, Francistown, Lobatse, Palapye, Maun, Kasane, Selibe-Phikwe, Letlhakane, Jwaneng, and Orapa.
The High Court of Botswana is situated in Lobatse, as well as the headquarters of the Department of Geological Surveys and the Lobatse Mental Hospital, the only mental institution in Botswana. Several industries are located in Lobatse, the most important of which is the Botswana Meat Commission (BMC), as ranching was the centre of the Botswana economy before the discovery of diamonds and remains an important part of the culture.
Kemmy Pilato (born 18 May 1989 in Tutume) is a Botswana footballer who currently plays for BMC Lobatse.
All of the rowing events were staged at Gaborone Dam located south of Gaborone along the Gaborone-Lobatse road.
In March 2009, Thobega was involved in a car accident while driving back to Lobatse from a music concert in Molapowabojang. Following the incident, he spent almost three weeks in the Intensive Care Unit of Princes Marina Hospital in Lobatse. He died of his injuries on 28 March 2009 and was buried in Ramotswa on 4 April 2009.
Molapowabojang is a village in the Southern District of Botswana, Located between Lobatse and Kanye, about 15 km North-West of Lobatse. With a population of about 7500( 2001 Census). This village falls under an administration of the Southern District Council which is headquartered in Kanye.
Lobatse is a town in South-Eastern Botswana, 70 kilometres south of the capital Gaborone, situated in a valley running north towards Gaborone. Lobatse has a population of 29,800 (Central Statistics Office, 2002). The town is an administrative district, with a Town Council.
Nehemiah Modubule, MP for Lobatse, won re-election running as an independent, having been elected in 2004 as a BNF candidate.