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Ga Masemola is a village community about 180 KM North East of Pretoria/Tshwane. The area was founded in the 16th century by Masemola, the fourth son of Matlebjane II, King of Batau.

Batau broke away from the mainline Swazi nation around 1100 AD.They then settled at Wakkerstroom and then Seokodibeng, a place that is now called Lake Chrissie. They went from there to Mokwena River (which today is called Crocodile River) and established themselves in the Mpumalanga Mountains.


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  1. REDIRECT

Ga Masemola is a village community about 180 KM North East of Pretoria/Tshwane. The area was founded in the 16th century by Masemola, the fourth son of Matlebjane II, King of Batau.

Batau broke away from the mainline Swazi nation around 1100 AD.They then settled at Wakkerstroom and then Seokodibeng, a place that is now called Lake Chrissie. They went from there to Mokwena River (which today is called Crocodile River) and established themselves in the Mpumalanga Mountains.


Ga Masemola sections
Intro  History  See Also  References  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: History
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