Synonyms for sesheke or Related words with sesheke

mongu              serenje              solwezi              mpika              mpulungu              mwinilunga              mkushi              kalabo              katima              isoka              kazungula              senanga              lukulu              nchelenge              mposhi              kalomo              mulilo              kapiri              chipata              monze              mumbwa              mchinji              samfya              chingola              beitbridge              malaba              chirundu              kitale              kawambwa              lodwar              musoma              rusape              mwansabombwe              katete              songea              nsanje              mbala              petauke              siavonga              chinsali              gweru              lushoto              mwanza              sumbawanga              mahalapye              mpanda              karonga              kigoma              gobabis              chiengi             



Examples of "sesheke"
Sesheke Airport is an airport serving the village of Sesheke, Western Province, Zambia and Katima Mulilo, Namibia.
Caprivi Strip in Namibia and Sesheke District of Zambia.
He was installed Subiya chief at Sesheke now in the Western Province of Zambia. In Sesheke the Subiya chief’s title is Mwanamwale as opposed to Muniteenge or Moraliswani used in Caprivi Strip and Chobe District. He probably succeeded Mwanamwale II.
Kazungula lies just from the Livingstone-Sesheke road which connects to the Katima Mulilo Bridge linking Zambia and Namibia.
The recent boom has also increased rural-urban migration, the growth of squatter camps near Sesheke and Katima Mulilo, cross-border smuggling and related social problems on both sides of the Zambian-Namibian border. Both Sesheke District and the Caprivi Region are at the bottom end of socio-economic development in their respective countries.
Sesheke District is a district of Zambia, located in Western Province. The capital lies at Sesheke. As of the 2000 Zambian Census, the district had a population of 78,169 people. It contains Sioma Ngwezi National Park and contains part of the Zambezi River, which forms Zambia's border with Namibia.
Mwandi is a small town on the Zambezi River in the Sesheke District of the Western Province in Zambia. The town is 120 km west of Livingstone, on the road to Sesheke. The village is part of the region known as Barotseland. The town is the seat of a parliamentary constituency of the same name.
A main highway, unpaved and therefore in poor condition (extremely poor during the rainy season, November to April), runs alongside the Zambezi connecting Sesheke to Senanga and Mongu upriver. The road runs on the south bank of the river upstream from Sesheke. Zambian traffic must cross the bridge but does not have to enter Namibia, as the bridge is entirely located on Zambian territory.
The village is a center of traditional Barotse culture, housing the Kuta council, which adjudicates disputes and legislates on issues related to the tribal people of Sesheke District.
Kataba is a town located in the Western Province of Zambia. Its original name was Kataba Masamba. It is in the Sesheke District.
He succeeded MwanamwaleI; his father at Sesheke, Zambia. His real name was Munikuunku but he was famously known by his nickname Inguu; meaning the shephard.
Sesheke is a border town in the Western Province of Zambia, and a district of the same name. It lies on the northern bank of the Zambezi River which forms the border with Namibia's Caprivi Strip at that point.
The Katima Mulilo Bridge, completed in May 2004, spans the river here, connecting Sesheke with the Namibian town of Katima Mulilo. The paved road from Sesheke to Livingstone and the Victoria Falls 200 km east has been upgraded in 2004. The new bridge and road were financed by German donor bank Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau and were the last missing link in the so-called "Trans Caprivi Corridor". This 2500 km long asphalt road now connects Zambia's Copperbelt with Namibia's sea port Walvis Bay. As a direct result, the amount of road freight traffic has greatly increased. An investment and construction boom is rapidly transforming both Sesheke and Katima Mulilo, as well as surrounding areas.
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.
Senanga is a town in the Western Province of Zambia, on the eastern bank of the Zambezi River, at the southern end of its Barotse Floodplain. It lies on the main road running parallel to the river from Livingstone and Sesheke to Mongu, which crosses the river by a pontoon ferry about 15 km (9 mi) south of Senanga. The section of the road to Mongu is in perfect condition as it was recently tarred and the section to Sesheke is a gravel road, often in poor condition in the rainy season.
Improved road access and the construction of new lodges and other tourist facilities have also increased the number of tourists passing through Sesheke on their way to the Victoria Falls, to the Sioma Ngwezi National Park 50 km west of the town, or to the upper Zambezi and the Barotse Floodplain.
The paved road from Mongu to Senanga is now in good condition. The only other paved road, Livingstone in Southern Province to Sesheke and the Katima Mulilo Bridge is in good condition as a result of being upgraded to link to the Trans–Caprivi Highway.
Katima Mulilo is the terminal town of the Trans–Caprivi Highway, and the highway together with its extension to Zambia is called the Trans-Caprivi Corridor. The Trans–Caprivi Highway was opened in 1999, and the bridge to Sesheke, and with it the entire Trans-Caprivi Corridor, in 2004.
Hainyeko went to meet a colleague from Namibia at Sesheke village, which straddles the Namibia-Zambian border. SWAPO reported that he was betrayed to the South Africans by the local manager of Caltex, who ran barges along the Zambezi from Katima Mulilo. Other allegations indicated that he was betrayed by some SWAPO leaders in fear of his bravery and good leadership qualities.
The Trans-Caprivi highway opened in 1999 runs from Rundu, in north eastern Namibia, along the Caprivi Strip to Katima Mulilo on the Zambezi River which forms the border between Namibia and Zambia. The Katima Mulilo Bridge spans the river to the Zambian town of Sesheke from where a recently upgraded paved road runs to Livingstone joining the main southern highway to Lusaka, connecting onwards to the Copperbelt.