This land was one of the original erven granted in Simonstown. Built in 1816 by PJ Truter Jnr, Collector of Customs who... read more
Inanda (isiZulu: Pleasant Place) is a township in Eastern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa that is situated 24 km inland... read more
This memorial was erected towards the end of 1902, on the highest point in Johannesburg; Observatory Ridge.  It... read more
  Two Dutch indigo planters from Java, Mr Theodorus Colenbrander and Mr von Preen went into partnership with Mr... read more
Inn On The Square is located on Greenmarket Square which was a meeting place of Caledonians and distant travellers... read more
Opened on 2 November 1900, the Irene Concentration Camp was built with the intention that it would be one of the camps... read more
Polokwane Museum, housed in the Irish House. © Right in the centre of the city of Polokwane is... read more
The Irma Stern museum is dedicated to Irma Stern who was among the most renowned artist from South Africa. Stern lived... read more


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