Synonyms for mafikeng or Related words with mafikeng

mmabatho              polokwane              vanderbijlpark              mahikeng              mbombela              thaba              thabazimbi              mthatha              emalahleni              roodepoort              krugersdorp              rundu              seshego              molepolole              klerksdorp              modimolle              nylstroom              grootfontein              vryheid              thohoyandou              upington              zeerust              lephalale              nelspruit              ellisras              standerton              soshanguve              otjiwarongo              makhado              nongoma              nchu              umlazi              ventersdorp              brandfort              vryburg              komatipoort              thokoza              potgietersrus              gobabis              chipinge              mkushi              ermelo              palapye              marondera              tzaneen              bushbuckridge              rustenburg              botshabelo              kwadukuza              sebokeng             



Examples of "mafikeng"
Mafikeng Railway Station is the central railway station in the city of Mafikeng, South Africa, and one of the oldest railway stations in Africa. It is located on Station Road, Mafikeng Town
Following the end of apartheid in 1994, the merged Mafikeng and Mmabatho was instated as capital of the new North-West Province under the name Mafikeng.
Mafikeng Game Reserve is a game reserve in South Africa. Located in the city of Mafikeng, the reserve includes 46 square kilometres of Kalahari and Acacia bushveld, serving as the home of rhinoceroses, giraffes, gemsboks, buffaloes, wildebeests and springboks.
Mafikeng Community Radio 96.7 is a South African community radio station based in the North West.
Mahikeng, formerly Mafeking or Mafikeng, is the capital of the North West province of South Africa.
On the South African end it continues as the N18 to Mafikeng.
He was honoured in September 2007 in the inaugural Mafikeng Golden Stars Awards held at the Mmabana Convention Centre.
Andrew Henry Martin Scholtz (28 July 1923, Kimberley – 17 November 2004, Mafikeng) was a South African writer.
Stella is a cattle farming town situated in North West Province of South Africa between Vryburg and Mafikeng.
The airport is home to a flying club called the Mafikeng Flying Club. The club was formed in 1971.
Olebile Masire was born in 1932 in the village of Modimola, Mafikeng. She was the daughter of Fenkwane Mogwera and Mabu Mogwera. From her maternal side, she belonged to the Tawana-a-Tshidi Mina Tholo royal family. After graduating from Tigerkloof, she followed in her mother footsteps becoming a teacher for many years at Mafikeng and later at Kanye.
Molema remained at Mafikeng to ensure that the Barolong retained a presence there. Several of Montshiwa's other brothers were also stationed at crucial sites in the proximity of the Molopo. Molema had to use all his diplomatic skills on several occasions to prevent Boer incursion and settlement near Mafikeng. He has been described as a man of "strong personality and exceptional gifts...and Montshiwa's chief counsellor in vital matters". (S.M Molema:35) After negotiations with Molema, Montshiwa decided to return to Mafikeng in 1876.
Mmabatho (Setswana for "Mother of the People") is the former capital of the North-West Province of South Africa. In the apartheid era, it was the capital of the former "Bantustan" of Bophuthatswana. Following the end of apartheid in 1994, Bophuthatswana was integrated into the newly established North-West Province and Mmabatho was proclaimed the provincial capital. However, Mmabatho status as the provincial capital was short-lived. Later in 1994, the North West provincial legislature voted to rename the capital to Mafikeng (the town of Mafikeng having been merged with Mmabatho in 1980 and treated as a suburb of Mmabatho between 1980 and 1994 ), reducing Mmabatho to a suburb of Mafikeng.
Pantsula frequently uses the phrase "Maf-town" in his music, which refers to his hometown, Mafikeng, of South Africa's North West province.
In 1960, Pullen was appointed Archdeacon of Bechuanaland, an area then including the southern half of modern Botswana, and served in parishes in Vryburg and Mafikeng.
The R49 (also sometimes known as the R47) is a provincial route in South Africa that connects Mafikeng with the Botswana border at Kopfontein near Gaborone, via Zeerust.
The town's name was first spelt by British settlers as Mafeking, but the name reverted to Mafikeng in 1980 following its incorporation into Bophuthatswana.
Mabeleng
Mabenyeng
Machakaneng
Mafikeng
Mahahleng
Mahuleng
Majakaneng
Makeneng
Makhalong (Ha Mpela)
Makhapung
Makhoatsing
Makhuleng
Malalaneng
Hobday was born in Mafikeng. He lived part of his life in Zambia and represented the country in the 1966 Eisenhower Trophy. He also lived in Rhodesia.
He was born on 22 April 1976 in Mafikeng, a small town in the North Western Province of South Africa, to Jowie and Edward Matshediso. Fistaz Mixwell attended JD Mosiah Primary School in Rustenburg and in 1988 started Grade 7 at Mmabatho High School in Mafikeng. In 1993 Fistaz Mixwell finished his matric and attended lectures as a Civil Engineering student at the University of Johannesburg in 1994.