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Gauteng

Krugersdorp

Robert Broom Drive is one of the main arteries that runs through Krugersdorp in the West Rand, crossing through Noordheuwel, Rangeview and past the Sugarbush Estate.  First-time home buyers, with an earning bracket between R19 200 per month to R25 600 per month and sellers looking to downsize, are snapping up sectional title properties priced from R600 000.Residential property in these areas is increasingly in demand as it offers great value, both in terms of sectional title and freehold properties and access to good schools and amenities. “The majority of the sectional title developments in this area are less than 20...

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Vanderbijlpark

Vanderbijlpark is an industrial city next to the Vaal River in southern Gauteng, South Africa. It is home to Vanderbijlpark Steel (previously part of ISCOR (Iron and Steel Corporation), now part of the global company Mittal). With neighbouring towns Vereeniging and Sasolburg it forms the Vaal Triangle, a major industrial region of South Africa. Located in the district municipality of Sedibeng and the local municipality of Emfuleni. The black townships Boipatong, Bophelong, Sebokeng and Sharpeville are close to the city. VECOR, the largest comprehensive heavy engineering works in the Southern Hemisphere[citation needed], is also located in...

Vereeniging

There are also a number of famous people who were born in Vereeniging, or who grew up in Vereeniging. There is also a fine, world renowned golf course in Vereeniging Gauteng Vereeniging is a city in Gauteng province, South Africa, with a population of more than 350,000. It is also one of the constituent parts of the Vaal Triangle region and was formerly situated in the Transvaal province. The name Vereeniging is derived from the Afrikaans/Dutch word meaning "association" or "union" The city was founded in 1892 and is situated on the banks of the northern loop of the Vaal River. Much of its early growth was due to the...

Western Cape

Hopefield

The small Western Cape Town of Hopefield, is nestled snugly between Vredenburg and Malmesbury, and just a 20 minute drive from Langebaan. Hopefield is the oldest town on the West Coast. It lies in the heart of the Sandveld and is the wheat and sheep farming hub of the region. It is also well known for its honey and over 500 different species of fynbos. Visit the unique little shop of the local Bee Keepers in Hopefield, offering pure fynbos honey products. Despite not being a coastal town Hopefield, is fast earning its place on the calendars of those who know where to holiday. Attractions include the archeological site on the farm Elandsfontein where fossil...

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Langebaan

LANGEBAAN is about 120 km’s drive north of Cape Town on national road (R27). It is here that you will find the most popular see side holiday destination, often referred to as “The Jewel Of The West Coast”. Langebaan allows no Industries to protect the towns culture as a holiday, fishing and retirement village. Also, home to the West Coast National Park which offers over 300 bird species, very popular during the flower season, (August – September) and if your luck you might spot a pod of whales. (October – November) The clear water of Langebaan Lagoon is surrounded with white sandy beaches. Protected Lagoon waters and a mild climate makes...

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Paternoster

Paternoster (meaning “Our Father“) is the oldest fishing village on the West Coast and is known for its quaint white cottages and long white sandy beaches. This vibrant West Coast village, located a mere 90 minute drive from Cape Town and is ideal for relaxing and soaking up some West Coast flavor. Every morning at sunrise, local fishermen can be seen heading out into the bay in their traditional wooden fishing boats. Often people buy fresh fish from them as they return.

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Pringle Bay

Pringle Bay is a beautiful small coastal village 1hour's drive from Cape Town international.

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Saldanha

Saldanha Central Saldanha is a town located 110km north of Cape Town on the northern shore of Saldanha Bay. The picturesque harbour town is essentially motivated by export and the fishing industry, and crayfish, fish, mussels, oysters and seaweed drive the economy. Its situation as a natural sheltered harbour has led to development as a port, for the export of iron ore from Sishen in the Northern Cape. The Saldana central business district is home to many local businesses including supermarkets like Spar and Shoprite; and the Hoedjiesbaai and Protea Hotels. There are also an array of great restaurants and pubs renowned for their fresh seafood and lively atmosphere....

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