As we drive into Mochudi, we bump, bump over a rusty looking but still-used railway line, and come to a stop.Here is the place where Precious's mother dies, hit by a train heading south from Bulawayo in Zimbabwe.
Or marrying a rich man who would be your one and only shining armor?
Yesterday I was watching elephants wade slowly into the Linyanti Marshes, far up north where Botswana rubs shoulders with Namibia.
A day later and almost 1,000 miles south, I'm in Gaborone, Botswana's capital, just a stone's throw from South Africa.
The International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) is jointly financed, operated and staffed by the Governments of Botswana and the United States.
ILEA provides training to law enforcement and criminal justice government officials from across the sub-Saharan region. assistance seeks to expand connections with Botswana's military leaders through various military education and training programs.