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DIBENG

Dibeng started off as a small settlement on the banks of the Gamagara River. 

Dibeng started off as a small settlement on the banks of the Gamagara River which provided water for the small-holdings that run the full length of town. 

Dibeng started off as a small settlement on the banks of the Gamagara River which provided water for the small-holdings that run the full length of town. The residential areas are characterized by the river in the centre of town and the rocky limestone outcrops directly east and west of the river. Dibeng consists entirely of single residential houses, but can be split into a low density area to the west and higher density and less formal houses to the east. Dibeng was given its name by the Tswana and means "first drinking place". This small town is situated on the banks of the dry Gamagara River. Residents have to provide their own water and every property has its own wind pump, therefore Dibeng is sometimes referred to as "the sunflower town".