Synonyms for mulilo or Related words with mulilo

katima              mpika              mongu              sesheke              mchinji              gobabis              solwezi              otjiwarongo              lukulu              outjo              nchelenge              keetmanshoop              kigoma              rundu              mpulungu              chipata              mariental              serenje              karasburg              karibib              karonga              songea              eenhana              grootfontein              senanga              kalabo              kazungula              oshakati              kitale              mkushi              rusape              ondangwa              francistown              nsanje              chipinge              kapiri              beitbridge              isoka              samfya              mpanda              palapye              chitipa              opuwo              kiunga              iringa              modimolle              chikwawa              lephalale              mbeya              kawambwa             



Examples of "mulilo"
Katima Mulilo Airport , also known as Mpacha Airport, serves Katima Mulilo, the capital of the Zambezi Region in Namibia. The airport is on the B8 road, about southwest of Katima Mulilo.
Katima Mulilo is a town situated in the Caprivi strip and is the capital of the Zambezi Region, Namibia's far northeast extension into central Southern Africa. It comprises two electoral constituencies, Katima Mulilo Rural and Katima Mulilo Urban. Katima Mulilo, which is sometimes shortened to just "Katima", had 28,362 inhabitants in 2010,
Katima Mulilo Rural is a constituency in the Zambezi Region of Namibia. Its population is 22,197. It comprises the area south of the city of Katima Mulilo, the regional capital.
The nearest Namibian town to Katima Mulilo is Rundu, about 500 km away. About 40 km east of Katima Mulilo lies the village of Bukalo, where the road to Ngoma branches off that joins Namibia to Botswana.
Namibia–Zambia relations refers to the bilateral relations of Namibia and Zambia. Namibia and Zambia are separated by the Zambezi River. The Katima Mulilo Bridge connects Katima Mulilo on the Namibia side with Sesheke, Zambia.
Katima Mulilo Urban is a constituency in the Zambezi Region of Namibia, covering the capital city of the region, Katima Mulilo. As of 2004, the Constituency had 10,778 registered voters.
Katima Mulilo is governed by a town council that has seven seats.
The Katima Mulilo non-directional beacon (Ident: KL) is located on the field.
Namibia already has a bridge into Zambia at Katima Mulilo about upriver.
Ibbu is a village in Caprivi Strip, Namibia. It is north east of Windhoek and east of Katima Mulilo.
Before Katima Mulilo was officially founded missionaries already ran schools in the area. The Seventh–day Adventists operated one, as did the Capuchin Order. Today there are a number of schools in Katima Mulilo such as Katima High School, Caprivi Secondary School, Kizito Secondary School, Ngweze Secondary School, Mavuluma Secondary School and many primary and junior secondary schools.
Mulilo Renewable Energy is a South African company operating in the utility scale energy market in South Africa.
Sesheke Airport is an airport serving the village of Sesheke, Western Province, Zambia and Katima Mulilo, Namibia.
Kazungula lies just from the Livingstone-Sesheke road which connects to the Katima Mulilo Bridge linking Zambia and Namibia.
Katima Mulilo is not yet connected to the Namibian railway network. In October 2007, a proposal was announced for a railway connection between Namibia and Zambia which would pass through the town. The line would join Grootfontein to Katima Mulilo then 130 km to Mulobezi with an 80 km upgrade of the line to Livingstone.
Nambwa Campsite is in the Mayuni conservation area and started its operations in the year 2004. Nambwa is in the Kongola area in the Caprivi region. The campsite is located on the west of Katima Mulilo along the Katima Mulilo Highway, on the peripherals of the Bwabwata National Park.
Since the opening of the Katima Mulilo Bridge in 2004 that spans the Zambezi River and connects the Zambian Copperbelt with the Namibian deep sea harbour at Walvis Bay, Katima Mulilo has become a boom town that attracts significant investment. This development has, however, also fanned illegal business activities, and driven the establishment of shanty towns to an extent that endangers social stability.
In 2007 the project expanded. One hundred and fifty bicycles were distributed in Katima Mulilo, Namibia, and 169 in Tambacounda, Senegal.
The bridge was officially opened by the President of Namibia, Dr. Sam Nujoma, and President of Zambia, Levy Mwanawasa on 13 May 2004, in Katima Mulilo.
The town is served by Katima Mulilo Airport, situated about 18 km to the southwest which is serviced by regular flights from the capital Windhoek.