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Qabane

The community of Qabane includes the villages of Bareng, Ha Malehlakana, Ha Enerese, Ha Khate, Ha Letumanyane, Ha Masupha, Ha Moeti, Ha Mohlomo, Ha Moisa, Ha Mokoafo, Ha Molisana, Ha Montsi, Ha Mosebi, Ha Mosobe, Ha Motsoanakaba, Ha Mpolokoana, H ...

Qachas Nek

Qachas Nek is, since 1888, the camptown of Qachas Nek District in Lesotho, only two kilometers from the South African border at 1.980 meters above sea level. It has a population of approximately 15.900. It is home to Machabeng Government Hospital ...

Qibing

The community of Qibing includes the villages of Boluma-Tau, Ha Mamaribana, Ha Mamothibeli, Ha Aujong, Ha Fokase, Ha Hlaoli, Ha Joele, Ha Khang, Ha Khasapane, Ha Khojane, Ha Khothu, Ha Lekhari, Ha Lepolesa, Ha Likhotolo, Ha Machafeela Qhasisi, Ha ...

Qiloane

The profile of Mount Qiloane, the legendary conical mountain close to Thaba Bosiu, and described by Masupha as Mother and Father, inspired the traditional Basotho Hat called mokorotlo. Qiloane Hill is crowned by a pillar of Cave Sandstone some 10 ...

Qoaling

Qoaling is a constituency and community council in the Maseru Municipality located in the Maseru District of Lesotho. The population in 2006 was 33.989.

Qobong

The community of Qobong includes the villages of Biafa, Boiketlo, Boitelo, Boritsa, Ha Mankieane, Ha Beila, Ha Challa, Ha Koenane Ha Maama, Ha Kori, Ha Lepeli, Ha Lephoto, Ha Mahaha, Ha Maponyane, Ha Masia, Ha Matebesi, Ha Mavela, Ha Mokoenehi, H ...

Qomoqomong

The community of Qomoqomong includes the villages of Basieng, Basieng Khoaba-la-eja-Papa, Basieng Mafikeng, Basieng Phuthalichaba, Ha Bulara Qomoqomong, Ha Elia, Ha Kompi, Ha Lephutha Qomoqomong, Ha Liphophi, Ha Litau, Ha Malaela, Ha Mochotoane, ...

Quthing

Moyeni is the capital city or camptown of Quthing District in Lesotho. Quthing was established in 1877, abandoned in the Gun War of 1880, and then rebuilt at its present site – the southernmost town in Lesotho. It has a population of 27.314. Quth ...

Rafolatsane

The community of Rafolatsane includes the villages of Bochabela, Bokone, Ha Bulara, Ha Janteu, Ha Lehlohonolo, Ha Mofali, Ha Mosenki, Ha Motebang, Ha Motseare Chesa, Ha Motseare Tilimaneng, Ha Ntsebele, Ha Phate, Ha Phatoli, Ha Rafolatsane, Ha Ra ...

Ratau

The community of Ratau includes the villages of Ha Ino, Ha Kapa, Ha Kopano Meeling, Ha Kubutu, Ha Lekhutle, Ha Lesaoana, Ha Lethena, Ha Maimane, Ha Majoro, Ha Makhabane, Ha Makhale, Ha Makopong, Ha Makotoko, Ha Mapale, Ha Masakale, Ha Masupha, Ha ...

Ribaneng

The community of Ribaneng includes the villages of Baehuku, Boimamelo, Boinyatso, Ha Hlephe, Ha Joele, Ha Josefa, Ha Koenyama, Ha Lebona, Ha Lengau, Ha Mabejane, Ha Mabela, Ha Maketekete, Ha Mashapha, Ha Mokhotho, Ha Mokoara, Ha Mokotla, Ha Molai ...

Seforong

The community of Seforong includes the villages of Aupolasi, Bethane, Ha Malitlhare, Ha Mampiletso, Ha Ngoae, Ha Filane, Ha Kokoropo, Ha Leihloana, Ha Lesholu, Ha Mabusetsa, Ha Maime, Ha Maisa, Ha Mankata, Ha Mankata Khohlong, Ha Mankata Thabana- ...

Sehonghong

Sehonghong is a community council located in the Thaba-Tseka District of Lesotho. Its population in 2006 was 5.814. The village of Sehonghong is located between Taung and Matebeng on the Senqu River.

Semonkong

Semonkong is a community council located in the Maseru District of Lesotho. Semonkong, meaning "Place of Smoke", was established in the 1880s as a refuge for Basotho displaced by the Gun War. It is located close to several major natural features, ...

Senekane

The community of Senekane includes the villages of Ha Fako, Ha Fako Ha Sefikeng, Ha Fola, Ha Hlapa, Ha Hlasa, Ha Hlekelele, Ha Janki Masaleng, Ha Keahana, Ha Kete, Ha Khabele, Ha Khalane, Ha Khohlooa, Ha Khophola, Ha Khothule, Ha Kubere, Ha Lapis ...

Senotong

The community of Senotong includes the villages of Bahaleng, Bahaoleng, Foreisetata, Ha Kalakatana, Ha Lekiba, Ha Maramane, Ha Matona, Ha Mokhantsi, Ha Mokoto, Ha Pene, Ha Rahlena, Ha Ratau, Ha Sekila, Ha Thene, Ha Tiela, Ha Tlelase, Ha Toeba, Ik ...

Sephokong

The community of Sephokong includes the villages of Boribeng, Chafo, Falatsa, Ha Mamokoaqo, Ha Au, Ha Au Nqechane, Ha Bolofo, Ha Isaka, Ha Jakote Boitelo, Ha Jonathane Leribe-Moreneng, Ha Josefa Phatsoe, Ha Kukame Nqechane, Ha Lapisi Nqechane, Ha ...

Seroto

The community of Seroto includes the villages of Foreisetata Ha Letsaba, Ha Meta, Ha Bakhafi, Ha Bati, Ha Bolae, Ha Damane, Ha Hlalele, Ha Hou, Ha Jobo, Ha Katse, Ha Khoalinyane, Ha Korone, Ha Laene, Ha Makara, Ha Makatla, Ha Marame, Ha Mathibeli ...

Seshote

The community of Seshote includes the villages of Ha Chelane, Ha Kanono, Ha Khenene, Ha Kokoana, Ha Leaooa, Ha Lelingoana, Ha Lesenya Ha Seshote, Ha Maieane, Ha Majela, Ha Makopela, Ha Mali, Ha Matete, Ha Mathabela, Ha Mpeako, Ha Mpeli, Ha Nang, ...

Siloe, Lesotho

The community of Siloe includes the villages of Fifteen Miles Khateane, Ha Malintja, Ha Chabeli, Ha Hamo, Ha Hlapane, Ha Kamela, Ha Kekeleng, Ha Khamolane, Ha Khorola, Ha Koloti, Ha Lebele, Ha Loui, Ha Mahlatsi, Ha Mahlehle, Ha Mahoete, Ha Majoal ...

Stadium Area

Stadium Area is a constituency and community council in the Maseru Municipality located in the Maseru District of Lesotho. The population in 2006 was 21.906.

Tebe-Tebe

The community of Tebe-Tebe includes the villages of Ha Matanki, Ha Neko, Ha Boimamelo, Ha Jane, Ha Johane, Ha Lefoleri, Ha Lejone, Ha Lenkoane, Ha Leponesa, Ha Lereko, Ha Lethokonyane, Ha Leutsoa, Ha Macheche, Ha Majoro, Ha Makhatseane, Ha Makhul ...

Teke, Lesotho

The community of Teke includes the villages of Ha Nete, Ha Khalo, Ha Lecheche, Ha Lekhoelea, Ha Lelinyane, Ha Lesala Maphutseng, Ha Mabula, Ha Mafethe, Ha Mokutu, Ha Monehela, Ha Moroke, Ha Moseletsane, Ha Noto, Ha Nthantso, Ha Ntsibi, Ha Pekenen ...

Telle

The community of Telle includes the villages of Botsoela, Ha Malesia, Ha Elia, Ha Elia Meeling, Ha Khahlana, Ha Khopolo Lithabaneng, Ha Koloti, Ha Lechesa, Ha Leeba, Ha Lekola-Ntso, Ha Leloko, Ha Machafela, Ha Makhele, Ha Mapitsi, Ha Mapoho, Ha M ...

Thaba Mokhele

The community of Thaba-Mokhele includes the villages of Boikhutsong, Five Rand, Ha Mako, Ha Belemane, Ha Biane, Ha Bokoro, Ha Chefa, Ha Faetoa, Ha Jimi, Ha Kaphe Maholong, Ha Kaphe Moreneng, Ha Khanyane, Ha Khoale, Ha Kholoane, Ha Kooko, Ha Lisen ...

Thaba-Chitja

The community of Bokong includes the villages of Chaena, Fukhumela, Ha Joele, Ha Khenene, Ha Khoaisi, Ha Khunong, Ha Mafosa, Ha Mahooana, Ha Makhangoa, Ha Makhangoa Manganeng, Ha Makhona, Ha Makhuoeng, Ha Malimola, Ha Mantsi, Ha Maphike, Ha Mikha ...

Thaba-Kholo

The community of Thaba-Kholo includes the villages of Bothoba-Pelo, Ha Botala, Ha Fisane, Ha Khetsi, Ha Khomari, Ha Kou, Ha Lali, Ha Lepolesa, Ha Lethibella, Ha Mafa, Ha Mafike, Ha Makara, Ha Makhala Kholokoe, Ha Marontoane, Ha Mateu, Ha Matsosa, ...

TsA-Le-Moleka

The community of TsA Le Moleka includes the villages of Ha Biafa, Ha Fako, Ha Komoho, Ha Lekanyane, Ha Letsika, Ha Makhoahla, Ha Makhotla, Ha Makuini, Ha Malefane, Ha Maleholo, Ha Malofo, Ha Manamela, Ha Masekhou, Ha Matjeka, Ha Mohlanka, Ha Mokh ...

Tsatsane

The community of Tsatsane includes the villages of Ha MaKo Tosing, Ha Choko, Ha Falatsa, Ha France, Ha Hlaela, Ha Hlanyane, Ha Lephahamela, Ha Liphapang, Ha Mafura Ha Maphasa, Ha Mafura Ha Moso, Ha Mafura Khorong, Ha Mafura Mokhatseng, Ha Mafura ...

Tsoilitsoili

The community of Tsoili-tsoili includes the villages of Ha Nena Kolonyama, Ha Noko, Ha Botsane, Ha Jobo, Ha Leboea, Ha Lepapa, Ha Lintsa, Ha Makhaketsa, Ha Makhula, Ha Manama, Ha Maphomane Manganeng, Ha Masimole, Ha Matala, Ha Mofeli, Ha Mohai, H ...

Afriski

Afriski is the only skiing resort in Lesotho, located 3050 m above sea-level in the Maluti Mountains, operating in Southern Africa near the northern border of Lesotho and South Africa. It is one of only two ski resorts in southern Africa. The res ...

God Help Me Pass

The God Help Me Pass, or Lekhalong-la-Molimo-Nthuse in seSotho, is a mountain pass in western Lesotho. It is the second mountain pass on the A3 road going into the central highlands. The road ascends steeply from the village of Setibing, and near ...

Maletsunyane Falls

Maletsunyane Falls is a 192-metre-high waterfall in the Southern African country Lesotho. It is located near the town of Semonkong, which also is named after the falls. The waterfall is on the Maletsunyane River and it falls from a ledge of Trias ...

Mount Moorosi

Mount Moorosi is a mountain in the Drakensberg mountain range on the banks of the Orange River in southern Basutoland. It acquired the name Moorosis Mountain after Moorosi, the Chief of a local tribe, who, after committing acts deemed to hostile ...

Bandela

Bandelє is a village Garwula District, Grand Cape Mount, in north-west Liberia. In January 2006, the population was about 1.165. The area was inhabited by the clan of Bundi from the Mende people. The inhabitants speak a dialect of the Mende langu ...

Bensonville

Bensonville is the capital city of Montserrado County, Liberia. As of the 2008 national census, its population stood at 4.089. Bensonville is located 20 miles away from the national capital, Monrovia, which is also located in Montserrado County. ...

Boawolohun

Boawolohun is a small town about 10 miles west of the city of Kolahun, the headquarters of Kolahun District, Lofa County, Liberia. The town has a population of about 2.500.

Bong Town

Bong Town is a populated place in the Bong County of Liberia. Mining company Bong was founded by Thyssen of Germany. Since its establishment in 1958 though the late 1980s years of the Bong mining company BMC, German, Italian-owned concession in L ...

Buutuo

Buutuo is the capital of Zoegeh district in eastern Nimba County, Liberia. It is also known as the place where the 14-year-long civil war of Liberia began in 1989. Once a growing city with over 25.000 people in the mid and late 1980s, the city ha ...

Cestos

Cestos is a settlement in Rivercess County in central Liberia. Located along the Cestos River, it lay at the heart of a heavily contested region during the First Liberian Civil War: the National Patriotic Front of Liberia derived vast amounts of ...

Crozerville

Crozierville is a town in Montserrado County, Liberia, along the Saint Paul River. Crozierville is notable for being one of the few Americo-Liberian settlements founded by immigrants from the Caribbean, instead of the United States. The city is l ...

Foya

Foya is a town in the Foya District of Lofa County, Liberia. Located 66 kilometers from Voinjama, it is home to the Kissi-speaking tribes of Liberia. Foya shares border with Sierra Leone and Guinea, it is the major trade link for the people in th ...

Ganta

Ganta, also known as Gompa City, is a town approximately 201 miles from Monrovia in Nimba County of northern Liberia. It is located just south of the Guinea border. It is the second-most populous city in Liberia, with an estimated population of 4 ...

Monrovia

Monrovia is the capital city of the West African country of Liberia. Located on the Atlantic Coast at Cape Mesurado, Monrovia had a population of 1.010.970 as of the 2008 census. With 29% of the total population of Liberia, Monrovia is the countr ...

Paynesville, Liberia

Paynesville is a suburb east of Monrovia, Liberia. It is geographically larger than the city of Monrovia and is expanding eastward along the Robertsfield Highway and northeastward beyond Red Light Market, one of the largest market areas in Liberi ...

Saclepea

Located in the heart of Nimba County, Liberia, Saclepea was a town of more than 12.000 citizens in 2008. Saclepeans are predominantly from the native Mah tribe, and they speak the Mano dialect. During Liberia’s civil war, Saclepea was a primary r ...

Sanoyie

Sanoyea is a town in Bong County, Liberia. Alternate spellings for the town are Sanoyie, Sanoghie and Sanoye. The official language of the town is Kpelle. The meaning of Sanoyea in Kpelle is a fruit bearing tree on the hill. The town is located 1 ...

Sinkor

Sinkor is a section of the Monrovia metropolitan area in Liberia. United Nations Mission in Liberia has its headquarters in Sinkor. Embassies, health facilities, and educational institutions, and non-governmental organizations are also in Sinkor. ...

Totota

Totota is a small town in Bong County, Liberia with a population between 5.000 and 8.000 depending upon the season. The main paved road from Monrovia to Gbarnga passes through Totota keeping Totota alive with activity day and night. Totota has se ...

Virginia, Liberia

Virginia is a western suburb of Monrovia, located near the Atlantic Ocean on the northern side of the Saint Paul River in Liberia. It was the birthplace of Angie Brooks, the first African female president of the United Nations General Assembly. T ...

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