The village of Kalk Bay was probably established in the 17th century as a small community of lime-burners who mined the... read more
The Cape government established the settlement of Kamastone in the Queenstown area, in 1854. In 1874 the government... read more
KaNgwane was the homeland of the Swazi people living in South Africa. It was situated along the border with Swaziland,... read more
Katlehong is a township located 35km East of Johannesburg and South of Germiston between two other townships — Thokoza... read more
This town house was erected on land, granted to Hermanus Smuts, in 1751 and once belonged to Johan Jacobus Graaf. It... read more
Kenilworth lies flanked by the Constantia Winelands and popular Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, between the suburbs of... read more
Kenya is a country in East Africa with a population of 44 million people and the largest economy of the region. The... read more
  Situated on the Historic Montagu Pass this bridge was built in 1847. This solid bridge was designed by Charles... read more
Khayelitsha Township lies some 19km east of Wynberg and 25 km of south-east of Cape Town in the Western Cape. The name... read more


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