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Mookgophong, also known by its former name,
, is a town in the Limpopo province of South Africa.
Her personal best throw is 17.13 metres, achieved in October 2005 in
. In the discus throw she has 53.07 metres, achieved in February 2006 in Roodepoort.
The Nyl River () is a watercourse in Limpopo Province, South Africa. It flows at the head of the Mogalakwena River, being its southernmost tributary or uppermost section. It is located near Mookgophong (
) in the northern part of the Springbok Flats, a particular geological formation.
In 1917, the South African Railways conducted trials with a prototype petrol-paraffin powered Dutton road-rail tractor. In 1924, it placed two production model steam rail tractors in service on the new narrow gauge line between
and Singlewood in Transvaal. One was constructed as a road-rail tractor while the other was constructed as a bi-directional rail-only tractor.
In 1923, the South African Railways (SAR) conducted trials with a prototype petrol-paraffin powered road-rail tractor and, in 1924, placed at least two Dutton steam rail tractors in service on the new narrow gauge line between
and Singlewood in Transvaal. One of the latter had a wheel arrangement.
The experiments proved successful and authority was granted in 1923 to construct a narrow gauge branch line from
to Singlewood, built to Dutton's system, the low cost of construction being one of the motivating factors. The section to Crecy was completed on 15 April 1924 and the full line to Singlewood was opened on 22 September of that same year.
Also in 1924, "Lawley" no. NG98 joined the Dutton road-rail tractors on the narrow gauge line from
to Singlewood. By 1927, it was joined by no. NG103, but by this time the Singlewood branch was being regauged to Cape gauge and, by 11 June 1928, it was extended to Zebediela.
The town, unlike other towns in the Limpopo province, is not located on a national road, of which the nearest one is at Nylstroom/Modimolle. It does however lie halfway on a road stretching from Nylstroom/Modimolle to Ellisras/Lephalale. Nearby towns also include Hermanusdorings, Melkrivier, Palala and
In 1923, the South African Railways conducted trials with a prototype petrol-paraffin powered road-rail tractor and, in 1924, placed at least two Dutton steam road-rail tractors in service on the new narrow gauge line between
and Singlewood in Transvaal. The petrol-paraffin prototype and one of the latter had a wheel arrangement.
Grobbelaar was born in Benoni, but grew up in Mookgophong (known as
until 2006) in the Limpopo province. He was selected to represent Limpopo at the 2008 Under-16 Grant Khomo Week held in Ermelo, where he started two of their three matches.
The R519 is a Regional Route in South Africa. Its western terminus is Mookgophong (
), where it takes origin from the R101. It heads south-east crossing the N1, until it meets the northern end of the R516. Thereafter it continues east to Roedtan where it crosses the N11 at a staggered junction. It then takes on a north-easterly direction, crossing the N1 near Zebediela. It ends its journey by joining the N1 just outside Polokwane (Pieterburg).
Town 42 km north-east of Modimolle and 51 km south-west of Mokopane. It was founded on the farm Vischgat in 1907 and administered by a health committee from 1919. The name
is Afrikaans but derived from Khoekhoen; ‘euphorbia tree stream’, after the Euphorbia ingens which grows there. The town was officially renamed Mookgophong on the 24 November 2006, by the South African government.
The R516 is a Regional Route in South Africa. Taking its western origin from the R511 near Thabazimbi. The road runs east to Bela-Bela (Warmbaths), where it meets, and is briefly cosigned with, the R101. It crosses the N1, before the R576 coming from the east-south-east, meets it at a t-junction. The R516 continues east, but then starts to turn north-east, crossing the R33 and then ending its journey at the R519 between Mookgophong (
) and Roedtan.
In 1917 he retired to his farm Mosdene on the Springbok Flats near
north of Pretoria. Here he became inspired to start collecting again. Following the lead of Dr. I.B. Pole Evans, he started an intensive botanical study of the countryside surrounding his farm. Despite failing eyesight, he was taught to drive by his son, and together they set out on a trip through the Transkei and the Eastern Cape. His wife suffered a fatal heart attack in Durban in 1933 while he was on an expedition in the mountains of the eastern Transvaal.
The initial recovery of platinum in South Africa took place on several of the large East Rand gold mines and the first separate platinum mine was a short lived venture near
that worked very patchy quartz reefs. The discovery of the Bushveld Igneous Complex deposits was made in 1924 by a Lydenburg district farmer, A F Lombaard. This was an alluvial deposit but its importance was recognised by Hans Merensky whose prospecting work discovered the primary source in the Bushveld Igneous Complex and traced it for several hundred kilometres by 1930. Extensive mining of the Reef did not take place until an upsurge in the demand for platinum group metals used in exhaust pollution control in the 1950s, made exploitation economically feasible. Extraction of metals from the UG2 chromitite could only take place in the 1970s with major advances in metallurgy.
One of three children, Albert Geyser was born on 10 February 1918 to Nina and Petrus Geyser in
in the former Transvaal province (now Mookgophong in the Limpopo Province). From an early age he demonstrated a rich intellect and a sharp critical, scientific sense. After matriculating from Ermelose Hoërskool (High School) in 1935 he was admitted to the University of Pretoria in 1936 where he completed a BA degree cum laude in Greek and Latin in 1938. His BD followed in 1941 and a MA in Greek and Latin in 1943. In the same year he obtained his Doctor Divinitatis degree with distinction, also at the University of Pretoria. He completed additional courses in Aramaic and Syriac in 1945. Geyser married fellow Afrikaner Celia van der Westhuisen in Rustenburg in the early 1940s and the couple had three sons and two daughters.
AWB Colonel Alwyn Wolfaardt, AWB General Nicolaas Fourie and Veldkornet (Field Cornet) Jacobus Stephanus Uys were driving a blue Mercedes-Benz W114 at the end of convoy of AWB vehicles that had been firing into roadside huts. Members of the Bophuthatswana Defence Force returned fire and hit the driver of the car, Nicolaas Fourie, in the neck, another gunman, Alwyn Wolfaardt, in the arm and the remaining passenger, Jacobus Uys, in the leg. Wolfaardt stumbled out of the car and brandished a handgun but was advised by the onlookers not to start shooting. A Bophuthatswana police officer relieved him of the weapon. Another policeman tried to fire on nearby journalists but his rifle jammed and was promptly confiscated. Ontlametse Menyatsoe approached and spoke to Wolfaardt, asking if he was a member of the AWB. Wolfaardt confirmed this, reporting that they had been dispatched from
. He then pleaded for the lives of his two injured fellows. In response, Menyatsoe shot the three wounded men dead at point blank range with an R4, shouting angrily, "Who do you think you are? What are you doing in my country?" The murder was captured by the nearby journalists and broadcast worldwide.
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