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Celebration of Spring – Open Gardens Tzaneen 20 – 29 September 2019

Beautiful gardens are synonymous with Tzaneen and surrounding areas, and it is with great pleasure that a group of keen garden owners have decided to open their gardens to the public who would like to visit and appreciate the splendour of their tropical Lowveld gardens.

Although the area has recently been challenged with a very dry season, visitors will still be astounded by the lush profusion of blossoms and blooms for which this area is so well known for during springtime.

Limpopo’s Finest Embroidery at Kaross Studio and Café

Kaross, derived from the Khoisan word for blanket or rug, is the name of an embroidery studio in Letsitele, Limpopo. But Kaross is so much more than that. For the past 30 years Kaross has not only produced some of the finest embroidery in South Africa, but has also provided a livelihood and source of cultural pride for hundreds, even thousands, of rural Tsonga women and their families. 
 

Ba-Phalaborwa – The Facts & Figures

Province : Limpopo Province
District Municipality : Mopani District
Population : 150,637
Households : 41,115
Major Towns : Phalaborwa, Lulekani, Namakgale, Gravelotte
Rural areas : Mashishimale, Majenje, Makushane, Ga-Maseke
Geographic Area : 7462 km2
Mayor : Pule Shayi PJ
Languages : Sotho, Pedi, Tsonga, Afrikaans, English
Established : 1957
Famous Phalaborwian : Dale Steyn-South African National cricketer

Polokwane – Place of Safety

Polokwane is the capitol of the Limpopo Province and the largest urban centre north of Gauteng. In the 1840’s Voortrekkers under the leadership of Andries Potgieter established Zoutpansbergdorp.
 
A town 100km to the North West. This settlement was abandoned because of clashes with the local tribes. They then founded a new town in 1886 and it Pietersburg, in honour of Petrus Jacobus Joubert, a Voortrekker leader. The British also built a concentration camp at Pietersburg during the Boer War that housed almost 4000 Boer women and children.
 

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