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ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICTS: SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

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Declaration of Administrative Districts Order

DECLARATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICTS ORDER

(under section 2)

(1st January, 1967)

ARRANGEMENT OF PARAGRAPHS

   PARAGRAPH

   1.   Citation

   2.   Prescription of districts

      Schedule - Administrative Districts

L.N. 111, 1966,
S.I. 49, 1970,
S.I. 36, 1975,
S.I. 23, 1977,
S.I. 115, 1978,
S.I. 160, 1978,
S.I. 8, 2006.

1.   Citation

   This Order may be cited as the Declaration of Administrative Districts Order.

2.   Prescription of districts

   The districts named in the first column of the Schedule and described in the second column of the Schedule shall be administrative districts.

SCHEDULE
ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICTS

First Column

Second Column

Northeast

   The area known as the Tati District and the Gungwe State Lands and of which the boundary runs from the junction of the Ramokgwebana River with the Shashe River along the Ramokgwebana River to its source; thence by the watershed of the rivers Shashe and Ramokgwebana until that watershed strikes the old Hunter's Road (called the Pandamatenga Road); thence by that road to the place where it first crosses the Shashe River; thence along that river to its junction with the Ramokgwebana River:


   Provided, however, that there shall be excluded from the said area the area of Francistown the boundaries of which are as hereunder described.

Central

   (1) The Bamangwato Tribal Territory namely the area of which the boundary commences from a beacon on the left bank of the Notwane River at Lokkalos which forms the southernmost point of such Territory the boundary runs in a south-easterly direction to a beacon on Massamakop; thence to a beacon on the Phala-Shoshong Road situate near the spring Matefela; thence to a Motlopi tree six hundred yards east of Serurami Spruit; thence to a Motlopi tree about six miles north-west of Sass' Post; thence to a Makoba tree on the Phala-Palapye Road near Lokwatsaning; thence to a Mochwene tree on the south side of the Mahalapye River about six miles from its junction with the Crocodile River; thence to a beacon on Makwatha Hill; thence past a Makoba tree on the old coach road, a Morula tree near Letoro Spruit, and a Morula tree to the east of the Gharibi Hills, to a beacon on the west end of Nwapa or Seleka Hill; thence to a beacon on an isolated hill, called Sisulale; thence to a beacon on Elebe Hill; thence to a beacon on Suka Hill; thence to a beacon on Molegong Hill; thence to a beacon on the north-west corner of Dimaputi Hill; thence to a beacon on Motlaba-a-Sefse; thence to a beacon about five and a half miles therefrom in a north-easterly direction, bearing about 55 deg. 30 min.; thence to a beacon one mile beyond in the same general direction, bearing about 35 deg.; thence to a beacon on Mashowe Hill; thence to a beacon on the Tuli-Motloutse Road marking the westerly limit of the ten-mile radius round Fort Tuli; thence to the junction of the Tuli and Shashe Rivers thence up the centre of the River Shashe to the spot where that River is crossed by the present direct road from Francistown to Pandamatenga; thence along the said road to the spot where it crosses the Maitengwe River; thence along the Mitwengwe River to its junction with the Nata River; thence along the Nata River to its junction with the Shua River; thence along the Shua River to the Makgadikgadi Salt Lake; thence along the eastern and southern shores of the said Lake to the spot where the Boteti or Zuga River runs into the said Lake; thence along the Botletle or Zuga River to a marked tree on the south bank thereof at Makalamabele; thence due south till it reaches the Kuebe-Rakops Road; thence in a south-easterly direction to a beacon midway between Tsitle and Lowale; thence to the line dividing the pits at Lopepe; thence to a beacon on Ramaselwane Hill; thence to the aforesaid beacon at Lokkalos.

   (2) The land which lies north of the Boteti River and which is not included in the Francistown District, the Ngamiland District or the Chobe District.

   (3) The Tuli Block namely the area of which the boundary commences at the junction of the Shashe and Crocodile Rivers runs along the Crocodile River to its junction with the Notwane River; thence along the Notwane River to a beacon on the left bank of the said river at Lokkalos; thence along the eastern boundary of the Bamangwato Tribal Territory as defined in the Tribal Territories Act, to a beacon on the Tuli-Motloutse road marking the westerly limit of the ten mile radius round Fort Tuli; thence south-east along the arc of a circle with a radius of ten miles, the centre of which is Fort Tuli, until such arc touchesthe Shashe River, and thence along the Shashe River to its junction with the Crocodile River aforesaid.

   (4) The Nata State Lands namely the area of which the boundary commences at the place where the 19th parallel of south latitude crosses the Botswana-Zimbabwe Rhodesia border, westwards along that parallel to where it enters the Ngamiland District; thence southwards along the eastern boundary of the Ngamiland District to where that boundary crosses the 20th parallel to south latitude; thence in an easterly direction in a straight line to beacon B at the north-west corner (6.74 miles west of Kaungara) of the Gweta area being the area described in the third paragraph of the Schedule to the Tribal Territories Act; thence in an easterly direction along the northern boundary of the said Gweta area to beacon A at the north-east corner (on the western edge of the chain of pans extending from the Makgadikgadi Salt Lake towards Metsematluko) of the said Gweta area; then in an easterly direction in a straight line to the north-western corner (being due west of Nekate on the eastern edge of the chain of pans running from the Makgadikgadi Salt Lake to Metsematluko) of the Mumpswe area being the area described in the second paragraph of the Schedule aforesaid; thence in an easterly direction along the northern boundary of the Bamangwato Tribal Territory to the Botswana-Zimbabwe Rhodesia border; thence northwards along that border to the place where it crosses the 19th parallel of south latitude

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