CHAPTER 03:09
NTLO YA DIKGOSI (DESIGNATED REGIONS) (BOUNDARIES)

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

   SECTION

   1.   Short title

   2.   Designated regions

      Schedule

Act 7, 2005,
S.I. 94, 2006.

An Act to provide for the physical description of the boundaries of the regions designated under the Constitution for the purpose of selecting Members to Ntlo ya Dikgosi.

[Date of Commencement: 11th December, 2005]

1.   Short title

   This Act may be cited as the Ntlo ya Dikgosi (Designated Regions) (Boundaries) Act.

2.   Designated regions

   The boundaries of the regions designated under section 78 (3) of the Constitution for the purpose of selecting Members to Ntlo ya Dikgosi shall be as set out in the Schedule to this Act.

SCHEDULE

(section 2)

1.   Bobirwa Region

   Commencing at a point at the confluence of the Shashe and Ramokgwebane Rivers being a point on the international boundary between Botswana and Zimbabwe, the boundary runs in a straight line due southwards to a point where the Seoka River intersects with the boundary of the Bangwato Tribal Territory and theTuli Block; thence south-westwards along the said boundary to beacon ''C'' of the former Farm 2-MR (vide Diagram A3368/1925); thence in a south easterly direction along the north-eastern boundary of the Elebi Ranch to the west bank of the Limpopo River; thence generally north and north-eastwards along the said river to its confluence with the Shashe River; thence in a west-north-westerly direction along the international boundary between Botswana and Zimbabwe to the point of commencement.

2.   Boteti Region

   Commencing on the Maun and Chobe constituency boundary at a point where the western and south-western boundaries of the Central District meet just north of latitude 21 degrees south, the boundary runs northwards and generally eastwards along the Maun and Chobe constituency boundary to the beacon ''C'' (as defined in the second schedule to the Tribal Territories Act, being a point on the Sebina and Gweta constituency boundary; thence eastwards, southwards and south-eastwards along the said boundary to the gate in the cordon fence known as theTlapana Gate; thence south-westwards along the said cordon fence to the Malatswai Gate; thence south eastwards following the southern (old) Serowe-Rakops road to a point on that road due south of the highest point of Bosupye Hill; thence in a straight line due westsouth-west to the Central District boundary; thence north-westwards along the said District boundary to the point of commencement.

3.   Mahalapye Region

   Commencing at the southern corner of theTuli Farms, being the intersect of the international boundary between the Republic of Botswana and South Africa and the Central District boundary, the boundary runs generally westwards along the said District boundary to its intersection with the eastern boundary of the Boteti Region; thence north-eastwards along the said boundary to a point approximately 3km north of Lepalapala cattle post; thence south-eastwards in a straight line to the intersection of the Moijabana-Mosolotsane road with the Mmaitshokwane river; thence eastwards in a straight line toTrigonometrical beacon BPP17 on Kutswe Hill in the Mokgware Hills; thence north-eastwards in a straight line to a point approximately 4km west of the western boundary of the Railway Reserve; thence south-eastwards to its intersection with the western boundary of the Railway Reserve; thence north eastwards along the said boundary to its intersection with the western boundary of theTswapong Region, being a point approximately 4km north of Makoro Siding; thence generally south-westwards along the western boundary of the said Region to the point of commencement.

4.   Serowe Region

   Commencing at the north-eastern corner of Makoba Quarantine Camp, being a point on the boundary of the Tonota Region, the boundary runs eastwards along the boundary of the said region to its intersection with the western boundary of the Tswapong Region, being a point approximately 4km south-east of Phalachwe Hill; thence generally south westwards along the boundary of the said region to its intersection with the northern boundary of the Mahalapye Region, being a point approximately 4km north of Makoro Siding; thence generally westwards along the boundary of the said region to its intersection with the boundary of the Boteti Region, being a point approximately 3km north of Lepalapala cattle post; thence generally north-eastwards along the boundary of the said region to the point of commencement.

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