Waaihoek is a remote farm situated near Ladysmith in Natal (now KwaZulu Natal). The first rent paying tenants were 47... read more
This museum is situated on the same premises as the First Raadsaal and houses a collection of historic wagons and... read more
The five properties involved are part of a larger complex of Georgian terrace houses, The original portions of this... read more
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A tablet to the memory of Major Henry Douglas Warden, the founder of Bloemfontein, can be found on Warden Square in... read more
This museum is a collection of medals, battlefield relics, badges and other militaria, and is run by MOTH (Memorable... read more
The residence was built on a site upon which two of the earliest cottages in Kalk Bay already stood, the first having... read more
This memorial is dedicated to British soldiers who died during the Wars and is made up of large panels providing room... read more
Labour tenancy Prior to the 19th century, before the arrival of the White settlers, Weenen had been tribal land. The... read more


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