Synonyms for soshanguve or Related words with soshanguve
Examples of "soshanguve"
High School is a government secondary school in
, a township situated about north of Pretoria.
TUT FM 96.2 is a South African university campus radio station based in
, Gauteng. It broadcasts from the
Campus of the Tshwane University of Technology.
The Tswaing crater is in the northwest of
Kgomo went missing near her home in
, a township north of Pretoria, on 31 December 2009. Five people were initially charged with her kidnapping and murder. A suspect led police to Kgomo's body in
in the early hours of 9 January 2010.
The Maria Rantho Clinic in
township near Pretoria is named for Rantho, and focuses on HIV/AIDS treatment, mental health, nutrition, and family planning.
Giant Stadium, commonly referred to as Giant Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium located in
, a suburb of Pretoria, South Africa. It is set to be utilized as a training field for teams participating in the 2010 FIFA World Cup after being rebuilt in 2009. Besides serving as a training venue for the World Cup, it will also be used as a public viewing area for residents to watch matches.
Commuter rail services around Pretoria are operated by Metrorail. The routes, originating from the city centre, extend south to Germiston and Johannesburg, west to Atteridgeville, northwest to Ga-Rankuwa, north to
and east to Mamelodi.
Currently the stadium is the home for
Sunshine, playing in the North West Province of Vodacom League. However, the stadium is situated a few kilometers within the border of the Gauteng province.
New Eersterust (Nuwe Eersterus) is a township in northwestern Gauteng province, South Africa, about 39 km northwest of Pretoria. It is bordered to the west by
and to the east by Hammanskraal. The township is commonly known as "Eestrus".
The R80 is a provincial route in South Africa that connects Pretoria with
. It is a dual carriageway freeway, with 2 or 3 lanes in each direction at different points.
It comprises up to six satellite campuses. These campuses include Pretoria,
, Ga-Rankuwa, Witbank (eMalahleni), Nelspruit and Polokwane campuses. Two faculties, namely the Faculties of Science and The Arts, have dedicated campuses in the Pretoria city centre.
Masego Kgomo was a 10-year-old South African girl whose body parts were removed and sold to a sangoma in
, South Africa. The little girl's body was found in bushes near the Mabopane railway station, north-west of Pretoria. Thirty-year-old Brian Mangwale was found guilty of the murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.
Prior to collaborating in 2012, Mapiano, Maphorisa and Xeli were friends who were into playing contemporary African jazz in
where they originated from. Uhuru was signed through DJ Clap who was already an artiste signed to Kalawa Jazmee Records. Maphorisa is the producer for Uhuru, while DJ Clap, Mapiano and Xeli are the DJ, pianist and vocalist respectively.
Shosholoza Meyl inter-city services originating from Johannesburg pass through Pretoria en route to Musina via Polokwane and Komatipoort via Nelspruit. Metrorail commuter services operate from Pretoria west to Atteridgeville, north to
and Ga-Rankuwa, east to Mamelodi, and south to Johannesburg Park Station. The Gautrain connects Pretoria station to Park Station, with another going east in Pretoria to Hatfield.
In 2010, Ramesar worked on his yet-to-be-released third feature film "Stranger in Paradise", which involved a Chinese woman arriving to Barbados speaking only Mandarin. In 2014, Ramesar flew to South Africa to begin work on his next feature film, "Shade", which centered on a young albino woman (Mathapelo Ditshego) from
, South Africa, with dreams of becoming an R&B singer.
Even since the end of Apartheid, Pretoria itself has a white majority, albeit an ever-increasing black middle-class. However, in the townships of
and Atteridgeville blacks make up close to all of the population. The largest white ethnic group are the Afrikaners and the largest black ethnic group are the Northern Sothos.
is a township situated about 25 km north of Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa. It was established in 1974 on land scheduled to be incorporated into a bantustan bordering on Mabopane in Bophuthatswana, to Sotho, Shangaan, Nguni and Venda people (thus the name) who were resettled from Atteridgeville and Mamelodi. It later became part of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality.
A mixture of languages such as Afrikaans, Sesotho, English and isiZulu was fused together to form what is now a unique language-style of the township with a slight inclination to a slang known as SePitori. This produces a unique language, also spoken in its neighbouring townships, Mabopane,
, Mamelodi, Atteridgeville, Temba & Hammanskraal.
A proposed third north–south highway, in the west of the city, the R80 is partially built. At present the highway begins in
. It terminates just north of the city centre at an intersection with the M1. Plans have been in place for some time to extend this all the way past the M4 and N14 highways to the N1 in Randburg.
The school has produced many successful alumni who have gone on to achieve success in their academic undertakings and careers. The majority of learners from the school come from the villages of Mmakau, Bethanie, Hebron and nearby townships of Ga-Rankuwa, Mothotlung, Mabopane, Rankotea and
. The community centre, called Mmashiko offers adult education. The community centre, which is adjacent to the school offers classes such as computer literacy, sewing and dressmaking, and bricklaying.
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