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Mochudi
Village
View of Mochudi from a church bell tower
View of Mochudi from a church bell tower
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Mochudi is located in Botswana
Mochudi
Mochudi
Location of Mochudi in Botswana
Coordinates: 24°25′S 26°09′E / 24.417°S 26.150°E / -24.417; 26.150
CountryBotswana
DistrictKgatleng District
Settled1871
Elevation
938 m (3,077 ft)
Population
 (2011)[1]
 • Total44,815
Time zoneGMT +2
ClimateBSh

Mochudi is one of the larger villages in Botswana with a population of 44,815 people in 2011. It is situated in the Bakgatla tribal region, in Kgatleng District, about 37 km (23 mi) northeast of Gaborone. The village lies several kilometres from the main Gaborone–Francistown road, and can be accessed through a short turn at Pilane. Mochudi was settled by the Tswana people in 1871[2].The main attraction in Mochudi is the Phuthadikobo Museum which is perched at the top of a hill and holds a rich history of Bakgatla tribe and Batswana in general

Tourism

The tourist destinations of note inside Mochudi are the Phuthadikobo Museum at the top of the hill, which contains old photographs and historical texts relating to Mochudi and the history of the Bakgatla people. It is housed in a building that was originally the first school of Mochudi. Nearby is the hulk of the first tractor owned by a Motswana and huge footprints that legend says belongs to "Matsieng", a giant and ancestor of the Tswana, who led his people and the animals from the centre of the earth to inhabit the world.[1]

Mochudi is known for its traditional painted houses and still has a traditional kgotla (tribal meeting place).

More information about the Bakgatla people can be found in David Suggs' ethnography entitled "A Bagful of Locusts and the Baboon Woman: Constructions of Gender, Change, and Continuity in Botswana."

Mochudi was the home of Mma Ramotswe, the heroine of the No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency series of books. Michelle Obama visited the village during U.S. President Obama's African tour in 2011.[3]

Education

Mochudi has several public Junior Secondary Schools and one public high school, Molefi Senior Secondary School. Several junior schools are Linchwe II JSS, Kgamanyane JSS, Radikolo JSS, Bakgatle JSS, Sedibelo JSS, and Ithuteng JSS. There is also Podulogong Rehabilitation Centre that offers hands on training courses to blind or vision impaired individuals.

Sports

Mochudi is home to Botswana Premier League soccer club Mochudi Centre Chiefs. Mochudi Rugby Club is a local rugby team based in the village.

Twin cities

References

  1. ^ "2011 census". Archived from the original on January 11, 2013.
  2. ^ Latitude.to. "GPS coordinates of Mochudi, Botswana. Latitude: -24.4167 Longitude: 26.1500". Latitude.to, maps, geolocated articles, latitude longitude coordinate conversion. Retrieved 2020-05-29.
  3. ^ Gaotlhobogwe, M. Michelle Obama shows Botho with magwinya and chips. Mmegi Online, Retrieved March 3, 2013.

External links

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