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Phuthaditjhaba

Phuthaditjhaba, Eastern Free State Formerly known as Witsieshoek, the Eastern Free State town of Phuthaditjhaba is located in a scenically stunning ‘corner’ where the Kwa-Zulu Natal Drakensberg meets the Lesotho Maloti Mountains. Phuthaditjhaba is the Capital of the former Independant South Sotho Homeland of QwaQwa, re-integrated into South Africa after the fall of Apartheid in 1994. The name Phuthaditjhaba means ‘The Meeting Place of Nations’, and QwaQwa means ‘Whiter than White’ in reference to the often snow-cappe...

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