Synonyms for zeerust or Related words with zeerust
Examples of "zeerust"
The name Coetzee's Rust was later abbreviated to
. Municipal status was obtained on 18 March 1936.
however wasn't the first town in this area. That honour belongs to Jacobsdal, a small village about 10 km south of
situated on the farm Vergenoegd, near the Lucerne station. The popularity of
as trading centre, caused the demise of Jacobsdal, and now it does not exist as a town anymore.
Ramotshere Moiloa Local Municipality (formerly
Local Municipality) is a local municipality in Ngaka Modiri Molema District Municipality, North West Province, South Africa. The seat of local municipality is
By 1998, the unit was transferred to North West Command and then based in
The village is 44 km north-west of
; the Riet River rises in the north of the village.
The R49 (also sometimes known as the R47) is a provincial route in South Africa that connects Mafikeng with the Botswana border at Kopfontein near Gaborone, via
He owned two adjacent estates on Narragansett Avenue in Newport -
, which was his primary residence, and Starboard House, which housed much of his extensive art collection.
Kaditshwene aka Gaditshwene or Karechuenya, was a South African Iron Age settlement some northeast of the present-day North West Province town of
Approximately 20 km north of Lichtenburg lies the world-renowned diamond diggings over an area of more or less 35 km from east to west, known as "Bakerville". Bakerville is on the
Enzelsberg is the name of a farmstead in the North West Province of South Africa, situated in the Marico Bushveld north of the N4 highway between Groot Marico and
The town is located by the Elands River, 69 km from the town of
, 56 km west of the city of Rustenburg and 34 km north-west of Koster.
De Graaf van het Hoogveen was a restaurant located in Badhotel
in Noordwijk aan Zee, Netherlands. It was a fine dining restaurant that was awarded one Michelin star in the period 1982-1988.
Commando was a light infantry regiment of the South African Army. It formed part of the South African Army Infantry Formation as well as the South African Territorial Reserve.
2 Special Service Battalion (usually abbreviated to "2SSB") was an armoured regiment of the South African Army and only one of two such in its regular force. The Regiment was based at
Located approximately 20 km north of Lichtenburg, it is a world-renowned diamond diggings, covering an area of more or less 35 km from east to west. Bakerville is on the
"Nuxia glomerulata" has a restricted range between Pretoria and
, South Africa, and differs by its more elliptic, leathery and glabrous leaves. "Nuxia floribunda" carries the leaves on long and slender petioles, and has larger and less dense inflorescences.
C-Squadron of 2 Armoured Car Regiment was founded during February 1962 with its official base at
. On 22 December 1966 the name was adapted to C-Squadron 1 SSB.
Jacobsdal was a hamlet 13 km south of
and 18 km north-east of Ottoshoop. It was laid out on the farm Vergenoegd and named after its owner, David Jacobs.
Doxat was 33 years old, and a lieutenant in the 3rd Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry during the Second Boer War when the following deed took place on 20 October 1900 near
, South Africa, for which he was awarded the VC:
1SSB had a sister unit for a number of years in the post-World War II era, designated "2 Special Service Battalion", which was based in the town of
. This unit has now been disbanded.
The main languages of
are Tswana and Afrikaans. The Batswana (Tswana people) call the town Sefatlhane. After the democratic dispensation in 1994, the name of the municipality-
was changed to Ramotshere Moiloa, after a mid-20th century chief of the Bahurutshe boo Moiloa who was also a political enemy of the Apartheid state. The town is a commercial hub for most of the villages situated in the Lehurutshe area, a few of which include; Lekgophung, Supingstad, Moshana, Serake, Rietpan, Motswedi, Dinokana, Lekubu, Mosweu, Ntsweletsoku, Mokgola, Borakalalo, Gopane and Senkapole.
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