Formally known as Cloetesdal, Cloetesville has a population of over 15,000. The majority of its residents speak Afrikaans. Cloetesville started emerging in 1964, and its first primary school opened in 1969.
Kayamandi means ‘nice home’ in Xhosa. It’s home to over 25,000 people. The majority of its residents speak Xhosa.
Formally known as Le Roux Dorp, Groendal was declared a ‘coloured community’ under the apartheid regime. Around 7,520 people live in Groendal and its surrounds, and mostly speak Afrikaans.
Over 30,000 people live in Macassar, in a 29 square-kilometre radius. Most of its residents speak Afrikaans.