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Askham is located about 180km north of Upington, on the road to the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, making it an ideal refuelling spot and rest stop for those en route to…


Often described as “the heart of the Diamond Coast”, Noup is a quiet coastal village tucked between Kleinzee and Koingnaas, about 100km west of Springbok and 140km from Alexander Bay.


The pretty, historic village of Leliefontein is located in the Kamiesberg mountain range, just off the road between Kamieskroon and Garies in the Namakwa District Municipality.


Mothibistad, 9km north-east of Kuruman, was previously part of North West province and, prior to that, the Bantustan of Bophuthatswana, before being integrated into the Northern Cape.


Founded as Number 2 location in 1878, Galeshewe is Kimberley’s oldest township and forms part of the Sol Plaatje Municipality.


The town is a settlement on the biggest island in the lower Orange River region. Virtually every inch of soil is under irrigation. Enjoy driving between the many vineyards, a…


On 27 December 1868, special magistrate Maximillian Jackson, with a police contingent, was sent to act as a bulwark against the Koranna, whose anti-colonial resistance had erupted into open conflict. Jackson arrived…

Mier Area

A pristine southern Kalahari wilderness area with dunes averaging 35m in height - breathtaking scenery you’ll never forget. The municipal area of Mier includes the communities of Rietfontein, Philandersbron, L…


The only town lying at the foot of the Langeberg, Olifantshoek is a farming town close to two game ranches on the Namakwari Route. Founded in 1895, the village is called…


Proclaimed a town on 6 June 1892 and named after the Rev J Postma, a Reformed Church founding member whose congregation sought a centre of worship. The town is complemented by a…


This pricipal Town of the Green Kalahari is 820km north of Cape Town and 875km west of Johannesburg. By uniting Christian Schröder’s 1871 mission station, Olyfenhoutsdrift and the Upington po…


The town has very strong Dutch Reformed roots, the congregations at Kuruman, Kathu and Olifantshoek having seceded from the original congregation in Dibeng.