Synonyms for sebokeng or Related words with sebokeng
Examples of "sebokeng"
The Vaal Triangle's D8 education district offices are in Zone 18 next to Residentia High School. Vaal University of Technology's
campus is also in Zone 18, as well as the
In 2002, Sebokeng's first Plaza,
Plaza was opened to serve and employ the residents of
and neighbouring townships and in 2009 they build another plaza which is Thabong plaza and they are currently converting it into a Mall.
The historical black townships Boipatong, Bophelong,
, Evaton and Sharpeville are close to the city.
Daniel "Sailor" Tshabalala (born 6 October 1977 in
, Gauteng) is a retired South African football defender.
Developments to upgrade the railway station near Zone 10 began in 2010 and are still underway. Many roads in
have deteriorated and remained untarred for more than 30 years. Developments to re-tar many of these road began in 2009, but have been stalled due to tender disputes. Many of the roads of
were left unnamed by the Apartheid-era municipality and thus 7-digit house numbers are depended on for navigation through residential areas. The longest main roads of
are Moshoeshoe Rd (named after the Sotho king, Moshoeshoe) and Adams Rd.
, which literally means "gathering place" in SeSotho, was established by the then apartheid government in 1965 when 18,772 houses were erected. In September 1984 there were violent clashes between the South African security forces and the residents of
, who were boycotting rent and service tariffs. The cessation of fighting in 1994 allowed citizens to begin forming a stable community.
The diocese was founded in 1990. It comprises Sharpeville, Vereeniging, Boipatong, Vanderbijlpark,
and the southern side of the city of Johannesburg in South Africa.
is a township in southern Gauteng, South Africa near the industrial city of Vanderbijlpark (located in the district municipality of Sedibeng and the local municipality of Emfuleni).
Abia Nale (born 5 October 1986 in
, Gauteng) is a South African football (soccer) midfielder and striker who currently plays for Premier Soccer League club Mpumalanga Black Aces.
Its campuses were based in Bloemfontein, Daveyton (East Rand), Mamelodi, Port Elizabeth,
, Soweto and Welkom. The administrative head office and the Distance Education Campus were located in Pretoria.
Steve "Chippa" Lekoelea (born 5 February 1979 in
, Gauteng "as Steve Motsiri") is a South African football (soccer) midfielder who played for Premier Soccer League club Platinum Stars and South Africa.
Nkoli was born in Soweto in a seSotho-speaking family. He grew up on a farm in the Free State and his family later moved to
. Nkoli became a youth activist against apartheid, with the Congress of South African Students (COSAS) and with the United Democratic Front.
By 1987, as new facilities continued to be added to the core institution, student numbers reached 6 000, and nearly 15 000 twelve years later. In 2004, the Vaal University of Technology came into being – and incorporated the old Vista University campus in
township which was promptly renamed ‘Educity’.
Primary schools in
are divided into language groups with each school having only one language as a medium of instruction at lower grades but this arrangement of languages ceases to exist at high schools where you will find all the languages which are spoken in the township being taught in each high school.
Evaton is a township north of
in the Emfuleni region of Gauteng, South Africa. It was established in 1904. Like other townships in the area, Evaton was affected by the violent unrest which erupted in 1984 and by 1985 a state of emergency was imposed.
Emfuleni has two main town centres: Vereeniging and Vanderbijlpark. Sasolburg is 10 kilometers to the south, across the provincial boundary. The municipality forms the heartland of what was formerly known as the Vaal Triangle, renowned for its contribution to the iron and steel industry in South Africa. It also contains six large townships (Evaton,
, Sharpeville, Boipatong, Bophelong and Tshepiso), which currently lack the facilities generally associated with towns of their size.
Vice Admiral M.S. Hlongwane was born on 06 July 1962 in Frankfort, Free State (Orange Free State), but he grew up in the Vaal Triangle in a small township called Bophelong (Vanderbijlpark). He started school in 1970 at Mqiniswa Combined School (Bophelong), he completed his Junior Secondary School in 1980 at Lebohang Junior Secondary School (Boipatong) where he obtained his Junior Certificate. In 1982 he completed his matric at State Senior Secondary School (
Phali has played for
Black Rhinos, Vaal Ambassadors, Jomo Cosmos and Orlando Pirates. After Cosmos were relegated from the Premier Soccer League in the 2009–10 season, Phali announced he would remain with the club. The next season, Phali won the National First Division title with the Cosmos. In July 2011, Jomo Sono announced that he wanted Phali to become the Cosmos' goalkeeping coach after he retired.
To celebrate 20 years on air in 2008, Carte Blanche launched the “Making a Difference” Trust to raise funds for specialised paediatric units in selected state hospitals and several welfare organisations across South Africa. The Trust has undertaken major paediatric ward revitalisation and capital building projects around the country - at two sites in Johannesburg, two in Pretoria, one each in Bloemfontein, Kimberly, East London,
and Durban. The tenth hospital currently being assisted is Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town.
is a township in Naas, in the INkomazi region of Mpumalanga, South Africa. There is a significant number of Shangaan and Swazi people. The place is located close to the Lebombo Border of Mozambique and the Mananga Border of Swaziland. Notable people who come from there include Jomo Nyambi a South African parliamentarian and Enocent Mkhabela a prominent Soccer player who currently plays for Kaizer Chiefs.
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