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Education in Botswana

Education in Botswana

OFFICIAL NAME: Botswana

CAPITAL CITY: Gaborone

POPULATION: 2,100,000 (Source: COUNTRYaah)

AREA: 566,730 kmē

OFFICIAL/OFFICIAL LANGUAGES: English, setswana and other Bantu languages ​​as well as Khoisans

RELIGION: naturalist religions 55%, Protestants 14%, Catholics, 3%, other Christians 28%

CURRENCY: pula

CURRENCY CODE: BWP

ENGLISH NAME: botswana

INDEPENDENCE: 1966

POPULATION COMPOSITION: tswana 88%, san 3%, khoikhoi 3%, white 1%, other 5%

GDP PER CAPITA INH.: $ 7995 (2015)

LIFE EXPECTANCY: men 55 years, women 52 years (2014)

LIVING CONDITIONS INDEX, HDI: 0683

LIVING CONDITIONS INDEX, POSITION: 109

INTERNET DOMAIN NAME: .bw

Botswana, Republic of Southern Africa, Formerly the British Protectorate of Bechuanaland. Botswana is an extremely sparsely populated inland state and the majority of the country is desert. Since the colonial period, the ties to the great southern neighbor, South Africa, have been very close; yet Botswana, as one of the frontline states, actively opposed the apartheid regime. Found by large deposits of diamonds in the 1970's has enabled strong economic growth, and Botswana appears to be a success according to African conditions; with a stable democratic rule and a rising standard of living.

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Botswana - Constitution

Botswana - Constitution, The country is a republic. According to the 1966 Constitution, the executive power lies with the president, who is elected by direct election every five years. The government consists of the president, the vice president and ten other ministers, all appointed by the president. Parliament, which has the legislative power, consists of the president, a 15-member upper house and a 41-member national assembly. In the upper house, the Chief House, which legislates on tribal issues, and which must be consulted on amendments to the Constitution, sits among other things. the chiefs of the eight leading tribes.

 
 
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