Glukstad

Gluckstad means ‘city of luck’ in German. The town was founded by a small group of German farmers that originally established a German community in the valley of the Black Umfolozi, from which they were driven by malaria. The town is probably named after a town of the same name, on the banks of the Elbe River in Germany.

Harding

Harding

This is the most important town in the Alfred district. It was established as a military outpost...

Matatiele

Matatiele

At the turn of the century this was one of the wildest corners of the country but is today...

Kokstad

Kokstad

The town is situated at the southern foot of Mount Currie (2224m) and is the capital of Grikwaland...

Greytown

Greytown

Established 1850, and named after Sir George Grey, Governor of the Cape Colony. Greytown is known...

Mooi River

Mooi River

Afrikaans for 'pretty river' and it is named after the tributary of the Thukela River, which...

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