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Lephalale

Lephalale (previously known as Ellisras) is a fairly new town, immediately north of the Waterberg Massif in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. Established in 1960, it was named after the original farm owners, Patrick Ellis and Piet Erasmus. It was renamed to Lephalale, after the main river that crosses the municipality, in 2002. The big city of Pretoria lies only 280km from Lephalale, where all the metropolitan amenities can be enjoyed.

Lephalale is a coal mining town and divided into three main subsections – Lephalale, Onverwacht and Marapong. As a malaria-free environment, the area is a popular holiday destination – especially considering the mild winters and moderate summer evenings. Situated in the Waterberg, close to the Botswana border, the breathtaking Savannah Biosphere constantly draws international visitors.

 

 

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