Synonyms for selibe or Related words with selibe

phikwe              francistown              palapye              mahalapye              mchinji              zvishavane              lobatse              ramotswa              selebi              molepolole              masvingo              mafeteng              chingola              chipinge              maputsoe              otjiwarongo              nkangala              serowe              marondera              solwezi              mutoko              kasungu              bobonong              gutu              mkushi              kweneng              malaba              mpika              chegutu              ghanzi              rundu              korogwe              jwaneng              masasi              grootfontein              luanshya              isoka              tseka              gweru              ruiru              leribe              ntchisi              gobabis              ehlanzeni              kitale              chitipa              eenhana              mzimba              gaborone              mpanda             



Examples of "selibe"
Gaborone, Tlkokweng, Mogoditsane, Phakalane, Francistown, Lobatse, Palapye, Maun, Kasane, Selibe-Phikwe, Letlhakane, Jwaneng, and Orapa.
Gaborone, Tlkokweng, Mogoditsane, Molepolole, Phakalane, Francistown, Lobatse, Palapye, Maun, Kasane, Selibe-Phikwe, Letlhakane, Jwaneng, and Orapa.
Ontse Ntesa (born 24 October 1989 in Selibe Phikwe) is a Botswana footballer who currently plays for ECCO City Green.
Jwaneng Galaxy FC sent FC Satmos to Debswana First Division League with a humiliating 6 nil defeat in the be MOBILE Premiership game at Selibe phikwe stadium on Saturday.
The people of Mmadinare prefer a very quiet life and low profile lifestyle and like their customs and traditions like eating traditional food (mabele) while at the same time trying to develop into a small town without losing its past as it gets a major influence from the neighbor town of Selibe Phikwe.
Bobonong is a town in the Central District of Botswana 80 km from Selibe Phikwe town. Bobonong has a population of around 19,000. The Babirwa tribe can be found in this town. The Botswana Pink semi-precious stones can be found in Bobonong region. The babirwa are known for harvesting the mophane worm.
Selebi-Phikwe (also spelt "Selibe Phikwe") is a mining town located in the Central District of Botswana. It had a population of 49,849 in 2001 which is now estimated to have risen to c.52000. The town is an administrative district, separate from the surrounding Central District.
Motloutse River passes on the northern part of the village called, which supplies the Letsibogo Dam with water, on its way to Shashe River down further east. The river is partly depleted as a result of sand mining by the copper mine in Selibe Phikwe, which gets sand from the river to wash their copper ores.
Having adopted the modified C1 building in Potchefstroom, formally known as the old POK library, the Institutional Office now houses contemporary works by Peter Eastman (artist), Philemon Hlungwani, Stompie Selibe, Hanneke Benade, Sam Nhlengethwa, Claudette Schreuders and Diane Victor, amongst others. Completion of the interior design of the Institutional Office formed part of the brand roll-out for 2010 and the art is offset by contemporary furniture and some greenery. Typographic design, signage and finishing touches aim to supplement the existing environmental design.
The radio station started its 24-hour broadcast on August 22, 1999, and at first was primarily a local broadcaster within Gaborone ( the capital city of Botswana) covering a radius of 50 km from its central transmitter. In June 2007 the station was offered a national broadcast license by the Botswana Telecommunications authority and began a national rollout covering Botswana's major centres: Lobatse, Mahalapye, Serowe, Palapye, Selibe Phikwe, Francistown and Maun.
Mandunyane residents earn a living mostly through agriculture. Most of the residents have farms in the eastern part of the village. Output is mostly for family consumption, while the surplus is sold at Francistown. Residents also rear cattle, goats, sheep and poultry. Animals are also for family consumption and may be sold during tough times such as famine. Most youth are enrolled in government poverty eradication programmes such as Ipelegeng and backyard gardening. The poverty rate stands at 23.1%. Most of its residents, especially the youth, are employed at urban areas such as Francistown, Gaborone and Selibe Phikwe in manufacturing and industrial companies. Some are employed in government and parastatals.
In October 2014, Mosothoane was also appointed Minister for Communications, Science and Technology in an acting capacity, following the dismissal of Selibe Mochoboroane from the ministry. Mochoboroane claimed his removal was unlawful, and refused to vacate his office or give up his other ministerial resources. Mosothoane was replaced as acting minister by Joang Molapo in February 2015, at which point Mochoboroane was still disputing the legitimacy of his dismissal. Despite being a sitting minister, she was defeated in an LCD primary election prior to the 2015 general election, and consequently did not retain her seat in the National Assembly.
Mmadinare is a village that is located in the Central District of Botswana, 15 kilometers from Selibe Phikwe. The village is slowly growing into a town, with a population estimate of about 13 000 (estimates from the 2004 census) people of different tribes including Bangwato, Batalaote, Babirwa, and others. Mmadinare is located in the center of hills; like other villages in Southern Africa it was started during wars and hills were used as a form of protection from enemies, as they were able to see them from a distance.
The main sport played in Palapye is soccer, with many people also playing softball. Sports are usually played at school grounds, which have adequate facilities and fields. Palapye has currently five known soccer teams, Morupule Wanderers, FC Palapye, Palapye United and Palapye Swallows and Motlakase Power Dynamos. However, due to there being no stadium in the town, all four teams usually play their matches elsewhere, although occasionally some games are played in schools, on their sports fields. FC Palapye play their matches at either Letlhakane, Orapa, Francistown, Sua, Maun or Selibe Phikwe. Both teams are not well known teams, gathering only a very small handful of supporters.
Serule is a village in Central District of Botswana. Serule, with a latitude of -21.95 (21° 56' 60 S) and a longitude of 27.3 (27° 18' 0 E), is a streets, highways, roads, or railroad (railroad siding). The village is located along the road between Francistown and Palapye, and is an important railroad junction with rails leading towards north to Francistown, south to Palapye and east to the mining town of Selebi-Phikwe, 72 km from Palapye north up the A1 road, 88 km from Francistown down south the A1 road and 60 km west of Selibe Phikwe to the T-junction. The location is situated 340 kilometers east (90°) of the approximate center of Botswana and 332 kilometers north east (26°) of the capital Gaborone.