|• Total||3.56 km2 (1.37 sq mi)|
|• Density||2,200/km2 (5,700/sq mi)|
|Racial makeup (2011)|
|• Black African||99.8%|
|First languages (2011)|
|• Sign language||1.4%|
|Time zone||UTC+2 (SAST)|
|Postal code (street)|
Tseki is a town in Thabo Mofutsanyane District Municipality in the Free State province of South Africa. It is one of the oldest kasis in Qwaqwa (Phuthaditjhaba). Together with Thaba Bosiu, Bolata, Makwane, Puelong and Thaba Ntsho they were the first places where people settled when Qwaqwa was first formed by the apartheid government.
Phuthaditjhaba is a town in the Free State province of South Africa. Phuthaditjhaba is a seSotho name that means meeting place of the tribes. It is located on the banks of the Elands River. It also located in a section of Drakensberg mountains . it is bordered by the province of KwaZulu-Natal to the south east and the independent country of Lesotho to the south west. Phuthaditjhaba was capital of the bantustan or homeland of QwaQwa. When apartheid ended, Phuthaditjhaba became part of the Free State province.
Thaba-Tseka is a district of Lesotho. Thaba-Tseka is also the name of the district's capital or camptown, which is the only town in the district. In the east, Thaba-Tseka borders on the KwaZulu-Natal Province of South Africa. Domestically, it borders on Mokhotlong District in northeast, Leribe District in north, Berea District in northwest, Maseru District in west, Mohale's Hoek District in southwest and Qacha's Nek District in the southern direction. The district is one of the major tourist attractions in Lesotho because of the second largest arch dam in Africa Katse Dam.
Thaba Tshwane is a military base, in Pretoria, South Africa.
The Thaba Bosiu Armour Regiment is a reserve armoured regiment of the South African Army.
Thaba 'Nchu is a town in Free State, South Africa, 63 km east of Bloemfontein and 17 km east of Botshabelo. The population is largely made up of Tswana and Sotho people. The town was settled in December 1833 and officially established in 1873. The town grew larger following the 1913 Natives' Land Act that stated Thaba 'Nchu as a homeland for Tswana people. It was known among the Voortrekkers as Blesberg.
Thaba Bosiu is a sandstone plateau with an area of approximately 2 km2 and a height of 1,804 meters above sea level. It is located between the Orange and Caledon Rivers in the Maseru District of Lesotho, 24 km east of the country's capital Maseru. It was once the capital of Lesotho, having been King Moshoeshoe's stronghold.
The Diocese of the Free State is a diocese in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa.
Thaba Chweu Local Municipality, is a municipality of South Africa, located in the Ehlanzeni District Municipality, Mpumalanga.
Maluti-a-Phofung Local Municipality is an administrative area in the Thabo Mofutsanyane District of the Free State in South Africa. It encompasses substantially all of the former bantustan of QwaQwa, except for the small enclave at Botshabelo. The population is almost entirely Southern Sotho. The municipality is named after the Drakensberg mountains. The peak in QwaQwa is known as the Sentinel, which is called "Phofung" in Sesotho.
Thaba Phatswa is a town in Thabo Mofutsanyane District Municipality in the Free State province of South Africa.
Leroro is a village in Thaba Chweu Local Municipality of Mpumalanga province, South Africa.
Matibidi is a village in Thaba Chweu Local Municipality of Mpumalanga province, South Africa.
Moremela is a village in Thaba Chweu Local Municipality of Mpumalanga province, South Africa. It is the nearest settlement to Bourke's Luck Potholes, a scenic place.
Bosoord is a village between Lydenburg and Dullstroom in Thaba Chweu Local Municipality of Mpumalanga province, South Africa.
Hendriksdal is a small village and railway stop in the forested mountains of Thaba Chweu Local Municipality of Mpumalanga province, South Africa.
Regiment Louw Wepener was an infantry battalion of the South African Army. As a reserve force unit, it had a status roughly equivalent to that of a British Army Reserve or United States Army National Guard unit.
Walter Mazinyo Matitta Phakoa was a prophet, well known amongst the Basotho in the Free State; although he was born a Hlubi. He is well known for healing people through prayer (thapelo) and one of his mysteries was being born with a full set of teeth which disappeared a few days later. His spring in Qwaqwa is still one of the most visited spaces for spiritual healing.
Witsie’s cave is a sacred site in the Free State and is named after the grandson of Chief Seeka of Makholokoe. The cave is largely associated with Makholokoe – a tribe of the Basotho and has a rich history relating to this tribe, as well as the interactions between blacks and Boers in the 1800s. The cave has been claimed by Makholokoe as an important imprint in their history and is an important landmark in the Province.
Paulus Mopeli Mokhachane (1810–1897) was an African military leader. He was half-brother to King Moshoeshoe I. He was instrumental during the wars between the Basotho and the Boers. He moved with his followers to Qwaqwa following disputes over land on the Warden line.