Gaborone

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Mokolodi Nature Reserve title Introduction url http: www.mokolodi.com introduction.php archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20080312010501 http: www.mokolodi.com introduction.php archivedate 12 March 2008 publisher Mokolodi Nature Reserve accessdate 5 August 2009 thumb right Somarelang Tikologo (Image:Somarelang Tikologo Community Playground Full Shot.JPG) Community Playground Somarelang Tikologo (Environment Watch Botswana) is a member-based environmental NGO


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Mmegi Online (Mmegi) location Gaborone, Botswana date 5 October 2011 accessdate 9 October 2011 volume 28 issue 148 leader_title1 Deputy Mayor leader_name1 Florence Shagwa (BCP (Botswana Congress Party)) established_title Founded established_date 1964

, or chiefs, who traveled to Great Britain (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland) to establish the Bechuanaland Protectorate separate from Southern Rhodesia (present-day Zimbabwe) or the Cape Colony (present-day South Africa). The monument was inaugurated on 29 September 2005.

2006 July Friday28 122256372162.html publisher Mmegi Online (Mmegi) location Gaborone, Botswana accessdate 30 June 2010 date 28 July 2006 volume 23 issue 111 Other buildings under construction in the CBD include the Holiday Inn Gaborone, retail space, and office space.


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cutting through the middle of the picture. Another aerial view of the city File:RhodesiaRailcar.jpg alt4 A brown train, viewed from the side, is at rest under a small open station. “1035 Rhodesia Railways” is written in gold letters over the train's windows. There is a white fence and a brick walkway in front of the train. Rhodesia Railways car at the national museum File:GaberoneAerial.jpg alt5 A broad view of the city facing east, the picture taken from a plane. In the middle is a large


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Aberdeen , South Dakota. All six people on board die, including professional golfer and 1999 U.S. Open (U.S. Open (golf)) winner Payne Stewart and golf course architect Bruce Borland. '''''The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency''''' is a series of twelve novels by Scottish author Alexander McCall Smith


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revenue that this brought, there was a huge increase in educational provision in the country. All students were guaranteed ten years of basic education, leading to a Junior Certificate qualification. Approximately half of the school population attends a further two years of secondary schooling leading to the award of the Botswana General Certificate of Education (BGCSE). After leaving school, students can attend one of the six technical colleges in the country, or take vocational training courses in teaching or nursing. The best students enter the University of Botswana, Botswana College of Agricultureand The Botswana Accountancy College in Gaborone. A larger influx of tertiary students is expected when construction of the nation's second national university, The Botswana International University of Science and Technology, is completed. Many other students end up in the numerous private tertiary education colleges around the country. A high majority of these students are government sponsored. The quantitative gains have not always been matched by qualitative ones. Primary schools in particular still lack resources, and the teachers are less well paid than their secondary school colleagues. WikiPedia:Gaborone Dmoz:Regional Africa Botswana Localities Gaborone commons:Gaborone


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url http: www.ileagaborone.co.bw History.htm publisher ILEA Gaborone-Botswana accessdate 24 May 2011 There are 21 diplomatic missions in Gaborone (List of diplomatic missions in Botswana). Education thumb left Environmental Science Building at the University of Botswana (File:University of Botswana Earth Science.JPG) thumb University of Botswana (File:University of Botswana Faculty of Business.jpg) Faculty of Business There are more people who have earned a degree or postgraduate qualifications in Gaborone than anywhere else in Botswana. 70.9% of the population of Gaborone have earned at least a secondary-level education 2.6% of the population of Gaborone has never attended school. WikiPedia:Gaborone Dmoz:Regional Africa Botswana Localities Gaborone commons:Gaborone


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of newspapers published in Gaborone. They include Mmegi, The Botswana Gazette, and The Voice (The Voice (Botswana)). Radio station Yarona FM broadcasts from Gaborone; its frequency in Gaborone is 106.6 FM. Another small, local radio station in Gaborone is Gabz FM.


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of Gaborone in Botswana image_map1 Gaborone 25.92305E 24.68895S.jpg mapsize1 250px map_caption1 Satellite image of Gaborone pushpin_map Botswana pushpin_label_position pushpin_mapsize 250 coordinates_region BW subdivision_type Country subdivision_name subdivision_type1 District (Districts of Botswana) subdivision_name1 Gaborone subdivision_type2 Sub

-districts of Botswana Sub-district subdivision_name2 Gaborone government_type City commission government governing_body Gaborone City Council leader_title Mayor leader_name Haskins Nkaigwa (BMD (Botswana Movement for Democracy))


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map publisher Botswana Tourism Board title Botswana Railway Network url http: www.botswanatourism.co.bw maps img railway_big.jpg scale 1 : 8,000,000 series Botswana Maps accessdate 4 August 2009 The line became a cargo-only line starting 1 April 2009.

Gaborone

''' about 10% of the total population of Botswana. Its agglomeration is home to 421,907 inhabitants at the 2011 census.

Gaborone is situated between Kgale (Kgale Hill) and Oodi Hills, on the Notwane River in the southeastern corner of Botswana, and The city is served by the Sir Seretse Khama International Airport. It is an administrative district in its own right, but is the capital of the surrounding South-East District (South-East District (Botswana)). Laws of Botswana, Ministry of Local Government Locals often refer to the city as ''Gabs''.

Many languages are spoken there, Setswana (Tswana) being the main language. English, Kalanga, and the native language of the Kgalagadi, are also spoken.

Because the city had no tribal affiliation and was close to fresh water, the city was planned (New town) to be the capital in the mid-1960s when the Bechuanaland Protectorate became an independent nation. The centre of the city is a long strip of commercial businesses, called the Mall, with a semicircle-shaped area of government offices to the west of the Mall. The city is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world, and this has created problems with housing and illegal settlements. The city has also dealt with conflicts spilling into the country from Zimbabwe and South Africa during the 1980s.

The city is the government capital as well as the economic capital; the city is headquarters to numerous companies and the Botswana Stock Exchange. Gaborone is also home to the Southern African Development Community (SADC); a supranational organization, hoping to increase economic unity.

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