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Kuruman Region – Northern Cape
The region of Kuruman includes the towns of Kathu, Postmasburg, Danielskuil and Olifantshoek and Deben. Kuruman is a town with 13,057 inhabitants in Northern Cape province of South Africa, famous for its scenic beauty and the Eye of Kuruman, a geological feature bringing water from deep underground to the surface in the Kalahari Desert. The Kuruman River (which is dry except for flash floods after heavy rain), is named after the town. Kuruman is vastly known as the ‘the fountain of Christianity’ in Africa due to the flowing springs of the Die Oog and its missionary history of the 'Moffatt Mission'. Known for its 'Oasis of the Kalahari' where a vast abundance of water flows from the 'Die Oog' translated into English as the 'The Eye'. Kuruman is also known for the Moffat Mission where Robert Moffat, a Scottish missionary, was the first person to translate and print More...