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Places to visit in Polokwane

Peter Mokaba Stadium. This is one of the five stadiums that needed to be constructed for the 2010 FIFA World Cup (as opposed to the other five that were existing, but needed renovations and upgrades).
It was named after an anti-apartheid activist, who was also leader of the ANC youth league and is infamous for his slogan of “Kill the Boer, kill the farmer.” He was born in Polokwane.

Phalaborwa – how to get there

Phalaborwa is in the Limpopo province, South Africa and gateway to the world-renowned and ever-popular Kruger National Park. It is a modern, copper mining town and site of the ‘Big Hole’, the earth’s largest man-made hole, visible from space. Mining and smelting of copper and iron ore date back to 400 AD when the Sotho called the area ‘Ba-Phalaborwa’, meaning ‘better than the south’.
Accommodation in Phalaborwa ranges from luxurious spas to tented camps. Other places to visit here are:

Eat out on the festive days – Tzaneen

Lazy to cook on your precious festive holidays? Lucky for you a few restaurants in Tzaneen are working to put together a feast for those who would like to be spoiled with food superbly prepared for these special occasions.
· The Garden Cafe@Blue Bell Guesthouse is conveniently on anyone’s doorstep and will be open on Christmas Day. The surroundings are peaceful and pleasant. Call them for details on 072 025 3834.

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