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Romela Ditaba

Ditaba Tsa Batlokwa

Major of Molemole

Mr Edward Masilo Paya, incoming mayor of Molemole Local Municipality
Posted by Thetane Lebogang in Mokomene
2016-08-11 10:51:19

Motshekga plans to roll-out technology to public schools

Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga says government plans to roll-out technology to all public schools in the near future.
Posted by Sam Rabophala in Ga-Ramatjowe
2016-08-11 11:00:37

SANDF in Limpopo honour Madiba

SANDF has appealed to communities around Botlokwa, Elim and Sinthumule outside Makhado in Limpopo not to panic when they see a large number of uniformed soldiers in their villages on Thursday.
Posted by Mpho in Mokomene
2016-08-11 11:01:36

lenaneo theo

Re emetxe siphetogo mmuxong wa Molemole (Mohodi ga- Manthata-Madikana) ka moka re sokola ka meetse le ditirelo txe dingwe
Posted by edward masilo paya in Lebowa
2016-08-25 09:01:01

Di Fologa Molemole

Botlokwa Community Radio Station


Botlokwa Community Radio Station is found in the heart of the Molemole Municipality along the N1 Road Between Polokwane (Capital City of the Limpopo Province) and Makhado in the Machaka Thusong Service Centre.It was established in 1996 and Officially Launched on the 17 November 2000 by Dr. Ivy Matsepe Casaburri (Minister of the Telecommunications). We Broadcast 24/7hours in Setlokwa (A dialect of Sepedi) to inform, educate and entertain our community of an estimated 109 4441 population of the Molemole Municipality. Mission Statement "To Revive, Promote and Retain Batlokwa Cultural Heritage, Traditional Art, Traits, Norms and Language"

The term Batlokwa (also baThlokoa, or Badogwa) refers to several Kgatla communities that reside in Botswana, Lesotho and South Africa, comprising both the followings of Tlokwa kings and more particularly members of clans identified as Tlokwa, or individuals who identify themselves as of Tlokwa descent. Most of the Batlokwa clans trace their royal lineages to Kgwadi son of King Tabane, who is the father and founder of the Batlokwa nation, and have the Tlokwe-cat as their original totem which has since become extinct due to over-hunting for its fur, which was used by chiefs.

In South Africa, the Batlokwa are found in significant numbers in the six of the mainland provinces, namely North West, Gauteng, Limpopo and the Free State, Kwazulu-Natal and Eastern Cape.

History Of Batlokwa


The Batlokwa kingdom form part of the larger group of Bakgatla people, which itself is one of sub-divisions of the Bantu-speaking peoples. In addition to the Batswana or 'Western Sotho', the Bakgatla group includes baPedi classification of Northern Sotho people.

These different groups together are often falsely classified for convenience as 'Sotho-Tswana'. From an early stage of their history, they shared a number of linguistic and cultural characteristics that distinguished them from other Bantu-speakers of southern Africa. read more