Sir Seretse Khama


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Noun1.Sir Seretse Khama - Botswanan statesman who was the first president of Botswana (1921-1980)
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Since the times of our forefathers like Sir Seretse Khama, the BDP has always made it clear that it will never promise Batswana things that are impossible to achieve, and that is why we have remained relevant even to this day, unlike the opposition that promises things that are not reasonably achievable,' he said.
Caption: Top to bottom: Botswana's President Ian Khama; his father Sir Seretse Khama, the country's first president: and Gabon's President Ali Bongo
David Edwards will explain the challenges Botswana faces, and the story of Sir Seretse Khama, the first President of Botswana.
This year she is back with yet another hard-hitting film, A United Kingdom, which chronicles the controversial love story and marriage of Sir Seretse Khama (first president of Botswana) and Ruth Williams, a white English woman, during the racially-divided late 1940s England Starring David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike, the highly anticipated film, which hits the cinemas in early October, dissects how an interracial relationship had the British and South African governments, and Khama's uncle, Tshekedi Khama (the regent of the Bamangwato royal house of Botswana) fervently objecting to their love, and the straining of political and cultural relations.
In 2014, the government unveiled a spectacular elephant sculpture made from ivory at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport in the capital Gaborone.
It operates scheduled domestic and regional flights from its main base at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport in Gaborone, where it has its head office.
He was honoured by President Sir Seretse Khama with special appreciation for his outstanding services to the people of Botswana.
My ideas came after the opening of the Sir Seretse Khama Highway in Botswana, and the link to Mamuno and Buitepos which, in a sense, opened up Botswana for the first time in its existence.
I would imagine that this was a country that was a symbol of hope to the rest of the Africa when Sir Seretse Khama, the founding father of that nation pulled its from its poor background to its current economic might; and today that image is eroded by Khama junior who had since turn his interest to his maternity uncles leaving his people scratching their in disbelief of what isn't African culture.