North-West District (Botswana)

North-West District (Botswana)

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North-West District (Botswana)

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North-West District Council is one of the local authorities of Botswana. It was established in 1966, overlapping the administrative districts of Chobe and Ngamiland. Since 2006, when the Chobe District Council was established, it only administers Ngamiland.(,


North-West's location in the country causes it to share borders with the following foreign areas:

Domestically, it borders the following districts:


Sub-districts of North-West/Ngamiland District include:

  • Ngami, hqrs. Maun
  • Okavango, hqrs. Gumare


By far the largest settlement in the district is Maun, which had a population of 43,776 in 2001 census. The following is the list of villages noted separately in 2001 census in each census region.

Ngamiland East
Bodibeng, Botlhatlogo, Chanoga, Habu, Kareng, Kgakge, Komana, Mababe, Makalamabedi, Matlapana, Maun, Phuduhudu, Sehithwa,......

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