If you are looking for a destination for your next holiday trip, there are a few things that you need to consider; a place where you can relax and unwind and experience the culture and feel of its people, the different communities. Cradock is rich in diversity, culture and history. Here follows a list of […]
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General features on the past and the present of Cradock.
magnificent photo exhibition, spanning the life of Olive Schreiner from her birth at the Wittenberg mission station on 24 March 1855 until her death in Cape Town on 11 December 1920 and re-internment on Buffelskop outside of Cradock a year later, is now on display in the Olive Schreiner Museum in Cradock. The exhibition includes […]
lthough the Internet tells us that wire art dates back to the Second Dynasty in Egypt and the Bronze and Iron ages in Europe, we in Cradock are adamant that miniature windmills were first created by craftsmen in our area. Basil Mills, Education Officer at the National English Museum in Grahamstown who did some […]
A Karoo government school shines in sports, academics and even drama.
The Karoo farmstay experience at Lowlands Country House,
Come on Part 1 of the Cradock Walkabout series.
Missing the Karoo – from Trafalgar Square.
A tribute to the late Nelson Mandela by Cradock’s best-known poet, Clinton V. du Plessis.
A short dedication to one of Cradock’s most colourful residents, the late Piet ‘Prok’ Coetzee.
Olive Schreiner’s childhood home in Cradock is now a museum dedicated to her life and work.