Mountain North of Ficksburg. Dutch for 'apricot hillock', probably after the wild apricots growing there. The... read more
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Hill 23km east of Aggeneys and 34km from Pofadder, in the Northern Cape of South Africa. The name is taken from the... read more
Area around the lower reaches of the Bushfontein stream, 11km from Bedford! The name is derived from Khoikhoi, 'dry... read more
A village some 29km south-east of Hoedspruit and 165km north of Komatipoort, in Mpumalanga.  The name is either... read more
A typical Xhosa settlement, 42 km north-east of Stutterheim and 48km east of Cathcart. Named after Mr. Acton, who was... read more
Settlement 13km north-east of Bergville and 36km from Ladysmith. It was named in 1869 by John Coventry, who settled... read more
Settlement west of Amanzimtoti and south of Durban, in the Umlazi district. Established in 1836, it was destroyed by... read more
Suburb of Port Elizabeth. Laid out in 1949 and was named after a former mayor of the city, WC Adcock; known as... read more
The Heerengracht was Cape Town's main street, running from the foreshore to the foot of Government Avenue. In 1850... read more