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This plaque is sited along the R63, on the left hand side of the road as you approach the town from Jansenville. Pass the Hyundai sign , then once you pass Woeke street, be on the lookout for what I can only describe as a...More
The Jewish Traders played such a large part in the life of South Africans that a larger display would have been more appropriate in this museum.
Perhaps some history can be compiled and the Smouse (traders) given more recognition and space?
There were many Jewish...More
This "monument" is really a plaque attached to the back wall which is a part of the historical vine that was planted so many years ago.
It is a fitting recognition to some very special people who lived a very hard life and made the...More
Worth a brief stop because you drive right past it heading out of town toward Cape Town. The monument itself is unremarkable, but quite interesting for what it says about the important functions Jewish pedlars once had in the social fabric of this agrarian region....More