Tonota COE

Date: September 10, 2015
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Fact file
Country  Botswana
Province/Region  Central
Baseline score  42
Latest score  Green
Population  20,007
Number of women councillors  2
Number of men councillors  14
Joined the COE programme  2012
Anchored Entrepreneurship Programme  No
Summit  2019

Tonota is a village located in the Central District of Botswana.The people in Tonota are said to be Bakhurutshe who fought against some other tribes they found there and after winning the war, they owned the land and they became ‘Ba bina khama le phofu’.  The village is located 27 kilometers south of the City of Francistown along the A1 (Francistown-Gaborone) road. It lies along the Southwest bank of Shashe river, which happens to the border between the Central and North East Districts, so Tonota is considered to be in the Central District. Tonota is a large territory divided into small segments, namely: Tonota Village in the South, Semotswane, Mandunyane, and Shashe Bridge to the north. The chief of the Tonota village is Kgosi Ramosinyi Radipitse.It was promoted to sub-district from under Tutume in 2003.

Click here to read Tonota Sub District Council’ s 2019 SADC Gender Protocol@Work Summit entry.

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