'Makholane

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'Makholane
Community Council
'Makholane is located in Lesotho
'Makholane
'Makholane
Geographic Center of Community
Coordinates: 29°47′58″S 27°17′38″E / 29.79944°S 27.29389°E / -29.79944; 27.29389
Country  Lesotho
District Mafeteng District
Elevation[1] 5,810 ft (1,770 m)
Population (2006)
 • Total 25,002
Time zone CAT (UTC+2)
Coordinates computed from Lesotho Villages file.[2]

'Makholane is a community council located in the Mafeteng District of Lesotho. Its population in 2006 was 25,002.[3]

Villages[edit]

The community of Makholane includes the villages of Ha 'Mpeli, Ha Chopho, Ha Isaka, Ha Joase, Ha Joase (Khohloaneng), Ha Joase (Thabeng), Ha Khalala, Ha Khalienyane, Ha Khalienyane (Mokhoabong), Ha Khati, Ha Koili, Ha Koili (Santeng), Ha Koloboi (Mokhoabong), Ha Koranta, Ha Kotoane, Ha Lebeta, Ha Leemisa, Ha Lempetje (Aupolasi), Ha Lempetje (Ha Malimo), Ha Lesia, Ha Lesole (Mokhoabong), Ha Libete, Ha Likupa, Ha Lumisi, Ha Lumisi (Metheoaneng), Ha Mafeto, Ha Mahali, Ha Maholi, Ha Maholi (Mahlabatheng), Ha Mahosi, Ha Makhathe, Ha Makopela, Ha Malilimetsa, Ha Manehella, Ha Matlatsoaneng, Ha Matšaba, Ha Matsepe, Ha Matsie, Ha Mohapi, Ha Mohlomi, Ha Mokhasi (Mokhoabong), Ha Mokhuthu, Ha Motlohi, Ha Motlohi (Leralleng), Ha Mpata, Ha Nthinya, Ha Ntlhakeng, Ha Ntsiane, Ha Oni, Ha Pelesa, Ha Phokojoe, Ha Qobete, Ha Raborane, Ha Ralerata, Ha Raliemere, Ha Ramaleshoane, Ha Ramarothele, Ha Ramatheko, Ha Ramohapi, Ha Ramokoatsi, Ha Ramontsoe, Ha Ramporoane, Ha Rankapu, Ha Ranthokho, Ha Sebusi, Ha Seetsi, Ha Sekoati, Ha Sempe, Ha Sephula, Ha Setenane, Ha Setenane (Mahloleng), Ha Setenane (Moreneng), Ha Setenane (Motimposo), Ha Tauhali, Ha Teba, Khatleng, Likupa, Liphiring (Ha Ramohapi), Litsahaneng, Litšilong, Maieaneng, Makeneng, Mapolateng, Matlapaneng, Matsooeng, Matsoseng (Ha Lesole), Motse-Mocha, Noka-Ntšo, Qotata, Semakaleng, Thabaneng, Thabaneng (Borokhong), Thabaneng (Maikhokhong), Thabaneng (Sekantšing), Thelingoaneng (Ha Sempe), Thotaneng, Thoteng, Tieleng, Tsaeng and Tsekong.[4]

Health care[edit]

The Amitofo Care Centre in Mafeteng was officially opened by Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Lesao Lehohla. A total number of 500 orphaned children can be accommodated at the centre. The ‘Makholane Community Council provided land so that the centre would be constructed and is financially sponsored by Amitofo Charity Association.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ GTOPO30 via GeoNames. Retrieved 2010-12-29.
  2. ^ Google Earth Download Site Retrieved 2010-07-21.
  3. ^ Statoids.com
  4. ^ Lesotho Bureau of Statistics, Village List Archived November 13, 2009, at the Wayback Machine. 2006.
  5. ^ Government of Lesotho. DPM Urges Basotho to protect Amitofo Centre 2010-11-21.

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