Synonyms for molepolole or Related words with molepolole

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Examples of "molepolole"
The Molepolole Stadium is a multi-use sports stadium in Molepolole, Botswana.
Molepolole Airport is a public use airport located near Molepolole, Botswana.
Scottish Livingstone Hospital, also known as Molepolole Hospital, is a government-run district hospital located in Molepolole, Botswana, from Gaborone.
Molepolole is a village in Botswana. It lies in the south east of the country. The people who reside in Molepolole are the Bakwena, who are one of the eight major tribes in Botswana. The Bakwena chief was among the three chiefs who went to England to seek protection from the British in the colonial era. Molepolole serves as the capital of the Bakwena. It was named after the Molepolole river.
Molepolole is the home to a number of educational institutions that offers education from primary school to tertiary level. The tertiary institutions in Molepolole include Molepolole College of Education which offers diploma in education and Institute of Health Sciences which offers diploma in Nursing. Kgari Sechele Senior Secondary School is the only government-run senior secondary school in Molepolole and it offers Botswana General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE).
The Botswana Prison Service (BPS) operates the Molepolole Prison.
Mogonono is a village in Kweneng District of Botswana. The village is located 10 km from the center of Molepolole, along the Molepolole–Lephepe road, and has a primary school. The population of Mogonono was 201 in 2001 census.
Mantshwabisi is a village in Kweneng District of Botswana. It is located 45 km north-west of Molepolole, along the Molepolole–Letlhakeng road. The population of Mantshwabisi was 464 in 2001 census.
Gaborone, Tlkokweng, Mogoditsane, Molepolole, Phakalane, Francistown, Lobatse, Palapye, Maun, Kasane, Selibe-Phikwe, Letlhakane, Jwaneng, and Orapa.
Rollers have used the National Stadium as a home ground since the 1960s. As the Botswana Premier League (BPL) wanted to reduce fixture congestion, Popa has had to play home games in other grounds in and around Gaborone, most notably University of Botswana Stadium and Molepolole Sports Complex in neighboring Molepolole.
Kotolaname is a village in Kweneng District of Botswana. It is located 30 km west of Molepolole, and the population was 278 in 2001 census.
Hatsalatladi is a village in Kweneng District of Botswana. It is located 40 km north of Molepolole. The population of Hatsalatladi was 609 in 2001 census.
Sesung is a village in Kweneng District of Botswana. It is located 85 km north-west of Molepolole, and the population was 1,281 in 2001 census.
Malwelwe is a village in Kweneng District of Botswana. It is located 70 km northwest of Molepolole. The population was 930 in 2001 census.
His personal bests are 20.17 seconds in the 200 metres (Molepolole 2015) and 45.00 seconds in the 400 metres (Velenje 2015).
Moshaweng is a village in Kweneng District of Botswana. It is located 60 km west of Molepolole. The population of Moshaweng was 974 in 2001 census.
Mahetlwe is a village in Kweneng District of Botswana. It is located around 25 km north-east of Molepolole, and the population was 591 in 2001 census.
Botlhapatlou or Bothapatlou is a village in Kweneng District of Botswana. The village is located 55 km north of Molepolole. The population of Botlhapatlou was 915 in 2001 census.
Molepolole is the home to multiple species of plants which thrive in the semi-arid environment. See the list below for some of the plants found in the area.
Highways in and around Gaborone include the Trans-Kalahari Highway, A1 Highway, and the Cairo-Cape Town Highway. There are five major roads in Gaborone that go to Lobatse, Kanye, Molepolole, Francistown via Mochudi, and Tlokweng.