Synonyms for serowe or Related words with serowe

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Examples of "serowe"
Serowe Airport was an airport serving the town of Serowe, Botswana. The airport is closed.
The airline's route network saw it flying Bulawayo-Francistown-Serowe-Gaborone-Johannesburg-Gaborone-Lobatse-Ghansi on Mondays; Ghansi-Lobatse-Gaborone-Serowe-Francistown on Tuesdays; Francistown-Maun-Serondellas-Livingstone-Serondellas-Maun-Francistown on Wednesdays; Francistown-Maun-Ghansi-Maun-Francistown on Thursdays; Francistown-Serowe-Gaborone-Lobatse-Johannesburg-Lobatse-Gaborone-Serowe-Francistown on Fridays; and Francistown to Bulawayo on Saturdays.
The Botswana Prison Service (BPS) operates the Serowe New Prison.
The Bessie Head Papers are stored in the Khama III Memorial Museum in Serowe.
Obakeng Ambrose Ngwigwa (born 9 July 1985 in Serowe) is a Botswana sprinter.
Gomolemo motswaledi was buried on Friday 8 August 2014 in his home village serowe
Fifty-six of the 57 constituencies were contested, with Vice President Ian Khama unopposed in the Serowe North constituency.
Swaneng Hill School in Serowe was the first of the Brigades Movement schools founded by educationalist Patrick van Rensburg.
Serowe is located in a fertile area, well-watered by the Lotsane River. It lies west of the Gaborone–Francistown road, from which it is easily reached. It also marks the beginning of the Serowe-Orapa road, which ends at the diamond mines in Orapa. Construction of this road began in 1986, and was completed several years later.
In mid-1967 he became the first manager of the Serowe Farmer's Brigade, a vocational training project that was part of the broader group of Serowe Brigades. A year later he was appointed the founding principal of a sister secondary school, Shashe River School, to be built in Tonota, Botswana.
Serowe currently serves as the capital of the Central District. The town also has a rich history in the Botswana Government, with Sir Seretse Khama, the first president of Botswana and father of current president, President Lieutenant General Ian Khama, and former president, Festus Mogae, having been born in Serowe.
Serowe was the adopted home of South African-born writer Bessie Head, inspiring her 1974 book "Serowe: Village of the Rain Wind". Her name and importance to the village is remembered in the Khama III Memorial Museum in the Bessie Head Room, which was established (the room) in 2007.
Serowe has a memorial to Khama III, chief of the Bamangwato people in the late 19th and early 20th century. In 1903 he founded as a new capital of the Bamangwato, Serowe. It is also the birthplace of Seretse Khama, Botswana's first President, and the traditional center of the Bamangwato tribe.
Gamabuo is a village in Central District of Botswana. The village is located 50 km south-west of Serowe, and the population was 605 in 2001 census.
The town used to be served by Serowe Airport. The airport location was used to build the now completed Sekgoma Memorial Hospital and the adjacent Nursing Institute.
Mmashoro is a village in Central District of Botswana. It is located 80 km north-west of Serowe. and the population was 1,543 in 2001 census.
Paje is a village in Central District of Botswana. It is located 20 km north-east of Serowe, and the population was 2,088 in 2001 census.
Tshekedi Khama (17 September 1905, Serowe - 10 June 1959, London) was the regent of the Bamangwato tribe in 1923 after the death of Sekgoma II.
These people were led to this land by chief Malema after he had a bitter disagreement with the colonial government operating from Serowe.
Miscellaneous Football Club a soccer club based in Serowe, Botswana. The club is currently playing in the Botswana Premier League. The club's colours are red and white.