This North West Town of Brits, in the the pretty Region of Bonjala Municipality, This Region borders on Gauteng and is surrounded by Citrus Farms. Brits plays an important role in the South African Mining industry: 94% of South Africa's Platinum comes from the Rustenburg and Brits Districts, which together produce more platinum than any other single Area in the World. In addition, there is a large vanadium Mine in the Area too. Hartbeespoort Dam is perched on the slopes of the Magaliesberg Mountains the dam is a hive of water sports and other activities, while Sun City, an oasis in the North West is very near! Pilanesberg National Park, is only an hour's travel from Brits.
The De Wildt Cheetah Centre, which is a major Conservation effort, was established in 1971 with the aim of breeding endangered species. The name was changed in 2010, to the Ann van Dyk Cheetah Centre. As a tribute to the woman who has devoted her life to the survival of cheetahs and other rare and endangered species. Over the past two decades the Centre's efforts have resulted in the major achievement of breeding what was once a threatened species, the cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus). Over the years, nearly 600 cheetah cubs have been born at De Wildt - a dramatic contrast to the days when the cheetah population of South Africa was estimated at a mere 700.

27° 45' 50.4", -25° 33'