Mapungubwe – is a World Heritage Site, and means Mountain of the Jackal. Here early Bantu settled about 700 years ago. It is the first indication of class segregation in South Africa. Walk with Cedric Sethlako while he passionately describes traditions of ancient times and those which have made the journey before, revealing royal graveyards and traditions of time gone by.
Cedric Sethlako at the dig site, deciphering how people lived from archaeological evidence.
A modern staircase takes you to the top of the Kings Mountain.
The Golden Rhino, about 700 years old, can be viewed at the museum.