Letsitele | iinfo TZANEEN

The Letsitele area is rich in its cultural history and has many attractions for the tourist to observe while passing through. At Letsitele, you will cross the Letaba River which provides water to one of the largest citrus areas in our country. The town of Letsitele is named after the Letsitele River. The word ‘Letsitele’ is derived from a Northern Sotho word meaning ‘valley of the dead’, which was relevant in the days when malaria was a deadly threat in the valley. Today, malaria is no longer a problem due to Dr Siegfried Annecke’s major campaign to bring an end to this dreadful disease.
The name of the Letaba River was derived from the African word ‘Lehlaba’, which means Sandy River. The Letsitele Valley lies along the Letsitele River, a tributary of the Letaba River, towards the mountains near New Agatha, in the northern Limpopo province. The valley is about 30 kilometres south of Tzaneen towards Gravelotte, and regarded as one of the main agricultural areas in the lowveld.
Ongelukkig was dit n vinnige deurry aangesien ons met die woonwa daar was. Die dorp was baie besig en ons kon nie eers parkering kry by die Spar nie. Ons Bosverlders raak heel bedonks as daar so baie mense in die dorp is. Tannie Google kon egter nie vir my enige inligting gee wanneer Letsitele gestig is nie.

Add new review

This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.
Enter the characters shown in the image.