Buysdorp

The site of a mission established for the descendants of Coenraad de Buys, a rebel vagabond, outlaw and adventurer of the early 19th century who fathered many children with several black women. President Kruger of the Transvaal granted the ‘Buys people’ land near Mara at the western end of the Soutpansberg.

Vivo

Vivo

Lies in a gap between the Soutpansberg range and the Blouberg range (Blue Mountain) in the west....

Musina

Musina

Founded on the farm Berkenrode in 1904. One theory is that the name is said to be derived from...

Mara

Mara

The name is probably derived from the biblical word meaning 'bitter water' (Exodus 15:23). This is...

Louis Trichardt

Louis Trichardt

Laid out on the farms Bergvliet and Rietvlei named after the Voortrekker leader, Louis Trichardt....

Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Polokwane (Pietersburg)

Established on the farm Sterkloop ('strong creek? in 1884, it was named after Commandant• General...

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