Sekhukhune Region municipalities

Experience Sekhukhune Region

Parks in Sekhukhune Region

Sekhukhune Region weather

23.02.2018 Friday 19°C - 25°C Wind: 15 km/h
24.02.2018 Saturday 18°C - 27°C Wind: 17 km/h
25.02.2018 Sunday 21°C - 31°C Wind: 17 km/h
26.02.2018 Monday 18°C - 29°C Wind: 19 km/h
27.02.2018 Tuesday 20°C - 29°C Wind: 15 km/h
28.02.2018 Wednesday 19°C - 33°C Wind: 9 km/h

Sekhukhune Region

sekhukhune-land

The region is named after King Sekhukhune, a king of the Marota (commonly known as the Bapedi) in Sekhukhuneland during the 18th century. Sekhukhune is a cross-boarder municipality between Limpopo and Mpumalanga Province.

It is a rural area with an economic base in mining and agriculture. With fertile soil, a sub-tropical climate and the availability of reasonable quantities of water, the area boasts a strong and prosperous farming industry which consists of citrus, grapes, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, cabbage, peppers, beans and pumpkins, wheat, maize, cotton and tobacco.

The region is endowed with mineral resources like chrome, platinum and diamond deposits. Places of interest include the Lebowa Platinum Mines, Potlake Game Reserve, Mona Meetse spring water, Ledingwe Cultural Village, Echo Stone at Phahlamanoge and Lenao la Modimo (God's Footprint). Schuinsdraai is a popular water-recreation destination where anglers can relax on the shores of Flag Boshielo Dam.

Sekhukhune regional news

February 6, 2018

THE HOME OF MARULA INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT-PHALABORWA

The 13th Edition of the Limpopo Marula festival is a sequel to twelve other festivals that have taken place since its inception in 2006. It comes at a time when Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism has concluded plans and arrangements to develop the Limpopo Marula Hub at Ingwe Park. 

Places to visit

Canyons Biosphere Reserve

Kruger to Canyons Biosphere Reserve

On the 20th of September 2001, the Kruger to Canyons (K2C) Biosphere Reserve was registered in Paris by the United Nations Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). K2C is recognised under the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme.