Synonyms for vryburg or Related words with vryburg

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Vryburg Airport is an airport serving Vryburg, a town in the North West province, South Africa. It is located approximately 2.5 kilometers south of the Vryburg CBD.
Tiger Kloof Educational Institute is a school near Vryburg, South Africa.
Ruan-Henry Smith (born 24 January 1990 in Vryburg, South Africa) is a rugby union player.
Vryburg High School is a school in Vryburg, North West Province, South Africa. It made the news in 1998 when tensions between white, Afrikaans-speaking students and black students who were taught in English led to violence including alleged hostage-taking, beatings of students, and riots.But that's history, these days Vryburg High School performs in different levels, such as sport, culture, youth show and their academics are one of the best in the North West Province.
A steel cover was put on in 1913 over the railway bridge on the Vryburg Road.
The R371 is a Regional Route in South Africa that connects Windsorton with the N14 to Kuruman and Vryburg.
Stella is a cattle farming town situated in North West Province of South Africa between Vryburg and Mafikeng.
The R34 is a provincial route in South Africa that connects Vryburg with Richards Bay via Kroonstad and Newcastle.
Fabian McCarthy (born 13 May 1977 in Vryburg, North West) is a retired South African football (soccer) player.
Henry Gustaves Kaltenbrun (15 May 1897 in Vryburg – 15 February 1971) was a top South African cyclist from the 1920s
First name: ThandiLast name: ModiseDate of birth: 25 December 1959Location of birth: Huhudi township,Vryburg, North West Province
The R378 is a Regional Route in South Africa that connects Vryburg with Bray, North West via Terra Firma.
Vryburg was founded on September 20, 1882, when a site for a township was selected and named Endvogelfontein. On November 15 the same year, the name was changed to Vryburg. In December that year, newly laid out plots were apportioned to the volunteers by means of a lottery and by February 1883 some 400 farms had been established.
The Vryburg municipality adopted the arms in 1931, and were added to the mayor's chain of office in 1956. The arms were formally granted to the municipality by the administrator of the Cape Province in 1966, and registered at the Bureau of Heraldry in 1970. The arms are now used by the Naledi Municipality, North West, into which Vryburg has been incorporated.
The name "Vryburg" comes from the period in the 1882 when Vryburg was established as the capital of Republic of Stellaland. The Republicans called themselves "Vryburgers" ("free citizens"), and since the Afrikaans word for "citizen" is "burger" and the word for "borough" is "burg" the name of the town followed.
In 1960, Pullen was appointed Archdeacon of Bechuanaland, an area then including the southern half of modern Botswana, and served in parishes in Vryburg and Mafikeng.
Kathu is perfectly in between Upington and Vryburg with about a 2-hour drive to each. Kimberley is a 3-hour drive away.
The N14 is a national route in South Africa which runs from Springbok in the Northern Cape to Pretoria. It passes through Upington, Kuruman, Vryburg, Krugersdorp and Centurion.
The N18 is a national route in South Africa which runs from Warrenton through Vryburg and Mahikeng to Ramatlabama on the border with Botswana.
Naledi Local Municipality is a local municipality in Dr Ruth Segomotsi Mompati District Municipality, North West Province, South Africa. The Seat of local municipality is Vryburg.