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ATKV Goudini Spa
ATKV Goudini Spa - Rawsonville, Western Cape, South Africa
The resort has eight conference venues of varying sizes and can accommodate groups of up to 800 delegates. All venues are fully air-conditioned and equipped with the best in modern conference facilities. Breakaway rooms are also available. Towels, soap, shampoo and guest packages are provided for all conference groups........further information

Slanghoek Mountain Resort
Slanghoek Mountain Resort - Rawsonville, Western Cape, South Africa
The Conference Hall is situated near the chalets. It is air-conditioned with a white board, overhead projector and screen. It can easily accommodate 150 persons (theatre style) or 80 (classroom style). Meals and snacks are available on request. Conference tables are fully serviced with cold water and sweets. ........further information

team building Team Building and Events Management in Rawsonville
Teambuilding and Events Management South Africa (TBAE) specialises in interactive team building, with programs designed to promote team spirit and a participative culture. TBAE is renowned for the design and delivery of unique, innovative, fun and memorable team building programs, customised to meet each client’s individual needs, agenda and budget. Our experienced and highly skilled facilitators work in partnership with our clients to ensure continuity in existing training or development programs ...more about team building and events management in Rawsonville

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Rawsonville was founded in 1858 and is named after William Rawson, member of the Cape Government (1854-1864). Pieter du Toit, the fourth child of the Huguenot Francois du Toit, can be regarded as the pioneer of the Goudini area. The First cattle post was established by this 19 year old pioneer during December 1716. On 12 May 1741 Anthony Visser received a grazing permit for the farm "De Goudene Dina". This name comes from the Khoi word "kg'ou" meaning bitter and "dani" meaning honey. This makes our area one of the few places in the Western Cape that has retained some of it's Khoi heritage. "De Goudini School" and the town was established in 1858. The town was named after William Rawson, who became the Colonial Secretary of the Cape Colony in 1854. He never actually visited the town. There is often a bit of confusion regarding these names. Rawsonville refers to the town itself and Goudini to the surrounding area. | Western Cape | Eastern Cape | Northern Cape | Kwazulu-Natal | Free State | Gauteng | Limpopo Province | North West Province | Mpumalanga | Sitemap

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