Synonyms for mahalapye or Related words with mahalapye

serowe              molepolole              palapye              francistown              chipinge              marondera              solwezi              dedza              tutume              mkushi              ruiru              tonota              mchinji              kitale              chingola              selibe              phikwe              nkayi              ramotswa              mpika              otjiwarongo              masvingo              gweru              kweneng              oshakati              kasese              kasungu              chiredzi              bobonong              ghanzi              mzuzu              eenhana              limuru              dagoretti              mutare              isoka              gobabis              gokwe              grootfontein              korogwe              monze              lilongwe              ngara              mbeya              ntchisi              chipata              nyeri              mwingi              mutoko              rundu             



Examples of "mahalapye"
The Botswana Prison Service (BPS) operates the Mahalapye Prison.
Mahalapye is a town located in the Central District of Botswana.
Botswana Railways Highlanders are a football club in the Botswana First Division North who play in Mahalapye.
Onalenna Oabona Baloyi (born May 6, 1984 in Mahalapye) is a Botswana middle distance runner, who specialized in the 800 metres.
The Notwane rises about south of Ramotswa, and runs along the border in a northeast direction to enter the Limpopo at the same longitude as Mahalapye.
Nwako helped write the Party’s constitution, which was approved at a January 1961 meeting in Mahalapye. Thereafter, he served on its five men Executive as Assistant Treasurer.
Taupye is a village in Central District of Botswana. It is located 15 km east of Mahalapye and the population was 402 in 2001 census.
Seleka is a village in near Mahalapye in the Central District of Botswana. It derives its name from the name of one of the four subgroups of the Rolong people. Seleka had 1157 inhabitants in 2011
Maho (2009) differentiates Herero proper, R.31, from North-West Herero (Kaokoland Herero, including Zemba and presumably Hakaona), R.311, and Botswana Herero (including Mahalapye Herero), R.312. Kuvale is moved to zone R.10 as R.101.
Machaneng is a village in Central District of Botswana. It is located close to Limpopo river and the border with South Africa, 80 km east of Mahalapye. The population was 2,050 in 2001 census.
Bonwapitse is a village in Central District of Botswana. The village is located 14 km north-west of Mahalapye, and it has a primary school. The population was 544 in 2001 census.
Ikongwe is a village in Central District of Botswana. It is located 45 km east of Mahalapye. The village has a primary school, and the population was 471 in 2001 census.
Gaolese Kent Koma (7 December 1918 – 9 March 2006) was a Botswana politician, statesman, and businessman. He served in the National Assembly as Member of Parliament for Mahalapye village from 1965 to 1994.
Motswaledi was born 19 June 1970 in Mahalapye, Botswana. He was raised and schooled in Serowe. He performed his National Service (Tirelo Sechaba) in Shakawe, and received a Bachelor of Science in Sociology and History from the University of Botswana.
Radisele is a village in Central District of Botswana. The village is located along the road connecting Palapye and Mahalapye, approximately at a distance of 50 km from either town. The population was 2,741 in 2001 census.
Otse is a village in Central District of Botswana. It is located ca. 100 km east of Mahalapye. Otse has a primary school, and the population was 973 in 2001 census.
The sub-districts of Central District created as a part of National Development Park of the district are Bobirwa, headquarters at Bobonong, Boteti, headquarters at Letlhakane, Mahalapye, Serowe Palapye, headquarters at Palapye, Tutume, Tonota and Tswapong.
Tewane is a village in Central District of Botswana. Tewane is located 40 km north of Mahalapye, and it has a primary school. The population was 126 in 2001 census.
Rasesa is a village in Kgatleng District of Botswana. The village is located 10 km west of Mochudi, along the Gaborone–Mahalapye road. The population was 2,461 in 2001 census.
In August 2012 the dam was only one third full, prompting concerns that there could soon be water shortages in the areas of the areas of Palapye, Mahalapye and Gaborone.