Synonyms for vryheid or Related words with vryheid

standerton              ermelo              volksrust              vryburg              brandfort              nylstroom              bethal              kroonstad              thabazimbi              swellendam              klerksdorp              bergville              zeerust              germiston              empangeni              upington              dewetsdorp              ladybrand              humansdorp              lydenburg              ventersdorp              vanderbijlpark              ixopo              postmasburg              vereeniging              paarl              mafikeng              colesberg              magaliesburg              emalahleni              pietersburg              komatipoort              roodepoort              bultfontein              prieska              bothaville              potgietersrus              umlazi              nongoma              witbank              mtubatuba              meyerton              petrusburg              winburg              steynsburg              ladismith              kwadukuza              sterkstroom              jacobsdal              ventersburg             



Examples of "vryheid"
Vryheid is a coal mining and cattle ranching town in northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Vryheid is Afrikaans for "freedom".
The Pietermaritzburg Formation and the younger Vryheid Formation are also named deposits within the group.
Ngome Forest is situated to the east of Vryheid, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Vir Vryheid En Vir Reg – Generaal J.C.G. Kemp. 1941 NASIONALE PERS
The R69 is a provincial route in South Africa that connects Vryheid with Mkuze via Louwsburg.
Kilian Academy, a martial arts academy instructing in the arts of Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Kickboxing, is situated in Vryheid.
Zululand remaining there until 1913 when he became Archdeacon of Eshowe and Canon of St Peter's in Vryheid.
Vryheid Wrestling Academy, is one of the top wrestling clubs in the province of Kwa-Zulu Natal.
He later became a member of the parliament of Transvaal in 1897, representing the district of Vryheid.
The Hanami Gi-Challenge (commonly known as The Challenge) is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) tournament in Africa. The Hanami Gi-Challenges are hosted annually by the Hanami Martial Arts, with the first Challenge hosted in 2014 at the Indoor Speedball Club Vryheid in South Africa. In 2015, it will be held once again in Vryheid, South Africa.
After Boer farmers, who lived in the Vryheid area, had helped King Dinuzulu defeat his rival chief Zibhebhu for succession of the Zulu throne, land that they occupied was given to them by session from the Zulu king along the banks of the Mfolozi River. On August 5, 1884 the Boers formed the "Nieuwe Republiek" (New Republic) with Vryheid as its capital and its sovereignty was recognized by Germany and Portugal. It was later incorporated into the South African Republic, but at the end of the Second Boer War the town and its surrounding area was absorbed into the Natal colony by the British. Vryheid is located along the Transnet Coaline.
Inkamana High School is in Vryheid, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa. It was started in 1923 and had 200 boarding students in 2009.
The ship was renamed HMS "Vryheid", and from 1798 she served as a prison ship. In 1802 she became a powder hulk until she was sold in 1811.
Lindelwe Siyanda Zungu (born in Vryheid, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the . He usually plays as a winger or a fullback.
The R34 connects Newcastle to Gauteng via the N3 and the Free State to the West, and Easterly to the port of Richards Bay via Vryheid and Empangeni.
Formed in 1995 as Radio Vryheid, it subsequently changed its name to Radio Rosestad. It mainly broadcasts for the general Afrikaans community on 100.6 FM.
Other schools are Hoërskool Vryheid, which uses both Afrikaans and English as the medium of instruction and Hoërskool Pionier which uses Afrikaans as medium of instruction.
Newcastle has a very strong local trade, which is boosted from the surrounding towns of Utrecht, Vryheid, Dannhauser, Glencoe, Dundee and Ladysmith.
Basil Gordon Short (born in Vryheid, South Africa) is a South African rugby union player, currently playing with the . His regular position is prop.
In June 1900 the British forces entered Vryheid, the capital. AJ Shepstone, son of Sir Theophilus Shepstone, the former secretary of native affairs in Natal, was sent to the area and worked together with the official British military intelligence J. Roberts to conspire with some Zulus against the Boers, and had victory achieved over the Boers in Schurweberg, near Vryheid. In March 1901 he declared martial law in the region.