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mokoro

(moˈkoro)
n, pl -ro or -ros
(in Botswana) the traditional dugout canoe of the people of the Okavango Delta
[from a Bantu language of Botswana]
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This was stated by the Assistant Minister of Tertiary Education Research, Science and Technology, Mr Moisaraele Goya during an agricultural mini-show in Makoro recently.
H Brits, (1) MB ChB, MFamMed, MHPE; G Joubert, (2) BA, MSc; L Lomberg, (1) 2nd-year medical student; P Djan, (1) 2nd-year medical student; G Makoro, (1) 2nd-year medical student; M Mokoena, (1) 2nd-year medical student; P Malate, (1) 2nd-year medical student; D Tengu, (1) 2nd-year medical student
Alongside Gusii stadium, Cardinal Otunga playing grounds, Kisii High School, Kisii University and Kisii National Polytechnic fields have been selected for the various games.Goalkeepers: Albert Omwenga, Albert NyakundiDefenders: Wycliff Matara, Samson Obare, Michael Makoro, Chris Machuka, Josphat Onchwari, George Omare, Absalom Saddam, Joshua MaragiaMidfielders: Donald Ratemo (Captain), Allan Monari, Conard Manyange, Steve Ogeto, Walter Nyabuto, Likavo AdoliStrikers: Erick Amwoma, Peter Omanwa, Zedekiah Obwoge, Dennis Nyamweya, Richard KengereTeam doctor: Donna Sarange Related Stories
Mother and sister of Shaista Ansari, said four days earlier, Makoro and his accomplices entered their house forcibly and made all hostage of arms and kidnapped Shaista Ansari.
Hermenegild Makoro, who is also the secretary general of South Africa's bishops' conference; and Bill Kilgallon, the director of the New Zealand church's national office for professional standards.
Makoro and Kgwakwe kaolins, Botswana; Mayououm kaolin, Cameroon; and Mavaiela kaolins, Angola).
The plasticity of Nagar Parkar kaolin is quite comparable with the kaolin deposits of Georgia (USA) and Makoro (Botswana).
Aside from their mainstream recreational boats, they have produced a fibreglass replica "wooden" makoro (as seen on the Zambezi) in part, to protect the trees traditionally used in the manufacture of them, and to fill the need for these craft by safari, photographic and fishing lodges.
While there is an abundance of scholarly and grey literature on women in political leadership in South Africa (Makoro, 2007; Phendla, 2008; Mogadime, Mentz, & Armstrong, 2010), there is a dearth of literature on women's participation in business leadership (Nkomo & Ngambi, 2009).
Crosscorn Seed Company finance manager, Mr Tebogo Motingwa stated during an agricultural mini-show held at Makoro lands near Palapye recently that Batswana should take advantage of government policies and programmes to start projects with potential to create employment and reduce poverty.