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The Roman Catholic Diocese of Klerksdorp () is a diocese located in the city of Klerksdorp in the Ecclesiastical province of Johannesburg in South Africa.
Pride parades have taken place annually in Klerksdorp since 2010.
In 1889, three years after the discovery of the gold fields, Guest moved to Klerksdorp in the Transvaal, acquiring the "The Representative" and renamed it the "Klerksdorp Mining Record" in August of the same year. It exists today, after several name changes, as the "Klerksdorp Rekord".
The Klerksdorp district is a major contributor to South African agriculture; maize, sorghum, groundnuts and sunflower are important crops farmed in the district. Klerksdorp has the largest agricultural co-op in the southern hemisphere, named 'Senwes'.
Born in Klerksdorp, Claasen played youth football with Leicester City Klerksdorp and Vasco Da Gama. He has played professionally in South Africa, the Netherlands and Belgium for Ajax Cape Town, Ajax and Lierse.
Klerksdorp is a city located in the North West Province, South Africa. Mahikeng, the provincial capital, lies roughly 170 km north-west of Klerksdorp and Johannesburg 170 km in a north-eastern direction.
Herbert Melville Guest died on 29 June 1938 and is buried in the Klerksdorp Old Cemetery.
Guest wrote a number of books about Klerksdorp and the Second Boer War.
Klerksdorp was connected by rail to Krugersdorp on 3 August 1897 and to Kimberley in 1906.
A tornado killed one and injured 350 in suburbs of Klerksdorp, South Africa.
Dangerously wounded 7 March 1902 at Klipdrift, mentioned in dispatches. From Lieutenant General Lord Methuen's dispatch Klerksdorp, 13 March 1902:
In Klerksdorp, Guest participated in the local institutions and formed the Chamber of Mines and the Chamber of Commerce.
Schmidt was born in Klerksdorp, South Africa in 1963. He attended schools in Durban, Welkom and Virginia.
She was born in Kimberley and grew up in Klerksdorp where she led the choir at her church.
There is also a private university found in Klerksdorp: Centurion Akademie Klerksdorp, which caters mainly to Afrikaans students. Because it is a private institution classes may be in Afrikaans and the foundation of education gained at Centurion Akademie is based on the Christian faith. It is also the largest institution of its kind in existence.
The latest crime statistics for Klerksdorp Police Precinct was issued by the South African Police Service (SAPS) in September 2012. The SAPS crime report showed the following information:
Stilfontein (Afrikaans for "quiet spring") is a mining town with 17,942 inhabitants, situated between Klerksdorp and Potchefstroom in North West Province of South Africa.
Philemon Raul "Phil" Masinga (born 28 June 1969 in Klerksdorp) is a South African former professional footballer and manager who played as a striker from 1991 to 2002.
In comparison to other major towns and cities in South Africa, Klerksdorp is still considered one of the safer locations in the nation.
Hendrikus Albertus Lorentz (Oudewater, 18 September 1871 – Klerksdorp (South Africa), 2 September 1944) was a Dutch explorer in New Guinea and diplomat in South Africa.