Krosha

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Krosha

An ancient Indian unit of length variously equivalent to values between three and four kilometers. It was also called a gorata.
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Former national team under 16 sensational Gorata Tlhabiwa spearheaded the Dream Team's victory as she opened the baskets with two quick jump shoots and a lay up to give her side an early six points lead and there was no stopping Dream Team thereafter as they ran away with a 13-11 lead at the end of the first quarter.
The tree saplings for the first season, which will last until December 3rd, are provided by the NGO gorata.bg.
An official from the forensics department, Ms Gorata Seboko said their department was the first point of contact with law enforcement officers in fraud investigations.
In an interview, OACS founder, Ms Gorata Phakedi, said upon realising the hardships faced by orphans, she saw it fit to create an opportunity to share and motivate each other on how to move forward.
One of the sponsors from Liberty Life, Gorata Kewakae, said they had been sponsoring the walk since it was formed, and they decided to sponsor because the Desert Bush Walk aligned to part of their existence as a life insurance company because they promote a healthy living.
Women, young and old, clad in brown and blue traditional outfits ushered Kgosi Masilo and his wife Gorata with ululations and traditional song while the men also paid their respects, the traditional way.
Bose Mokgwathi and Gorata Malehaneng won Sportsman and Sportswoman Disability awards respectively, while Malebogo Molefhe also under disability, won Chairperson's Award for her contribution in basketball.
For Gorata Fembo, it is an intrinsic trait of valour.
Sportsperson with disability (female) has Gorata Malehaneng and Ontametse Sebokolodi both from Special Olympics while Sportsperson with disability (male) pitted Edwin Masuge and Bose Mokgwathi both from PASSOBO and Bonolo Joseph from Special Olympics.
Gorata Gabankitsi of Botho University has qualified for the 2019 Federal of International University Sports (FISU) games scheduled for Napoli, Italy, in June.
This was revealed by the co-founder of One Another Charitable Society, Gorata Phakedi in an interview.
Spectators will surely be entertained in the 600m men's race, which would line up some elite athletes in the likes of Isaac Makwala, Onkabetse Nkobolo, Pako Seribe, Gorata Gabankitse and Boitumelo Masilo.