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Pniel

Pniel, Cape Winelands Pniel, its name means ‘face of God’, is an historic village, set on the Dwars River, in beautiful surrounds of vineyards and mountains, and sheltered by magnificent oak-lined streets. Pniel started out as a mission settlement for the landless and homeless slaves released after slavery was abolished in the Cape in 1842. Pieter de Villiers and Paul Retief were two farmers, who in 1842, were concerned about the plight of emancipated slaves and most particularly about the lack of land ...

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