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Manyana, Botswana

Manyana is a village located in the Southern District of Botswana. It had 3,550 inhabitants at the 2011 census. Dr David livingstone had a missionary school under London Missionary church (LMS). A tree which was used as a classroom is still alive at Motlhatseng, the name of that tree is motlhatsa. There are rock paintings done by the bush men and also a cave called Mma-Sechele. Manyana has a perenial river called kolobeng which starts at Jwetle goes throgh Ramoshage dam then devide the village into two parts. It goes through Ramotlhabeng heading to Mmankgodi then connects Metsimotlhabe river at Kumakwane village.

DIMAWE HILL : This was a battle field of numerious tribes fighting the boers. It was around 1885 when the pregnant wife of Kgosi Sechele was taken from the battle field to the cafe at the rock paintings and that cafe is known as Mmasechele cafe. After defeting the boers at Dimawe the collabirated tribes moved separately to different areas of Botswana. Bangwaketse moved to west, Bakwena to North West etc while Bahurutshe remained there. They were coerced to move to kolobeng river because of water.

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