This sandstone structure dates from 1902 when it was designed by Herbert Baker for De Beer Cold Storage Syndicate, a... read more
The land, which included the whole of Green Point, was granted in 1814 to David Kuuhle. Construction of the house... read more
The land was originally part of the van Breda estate in Oranjezicht, and was purchased by the Town Council of Cape Town... read more
The first annexation of the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek by Sir Theophilus Shepstone in 1877 led to the establishment of... read more
Delmas became famous in the latter part of 2010 for its proximity to the missing tiger known as Panjo. The tiger, only... read more
Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), country located in central Africa. Officially known as the Democratic Republic... read more
The dwelling is an excellent example of late Victorian architecture and was erected in 1893-94 by WN Cook, an affluent... read more
The site of the Battle of Diamond Hill, which took place on the 11th and 12th June 1900, in which 14000 British... read more
Holiday resort at Mossel Bay, named after two steel tanks- Afrikaans: 'bakke', installed to hold water piped... read more


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