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Siege Museum, Ladysmith

Murchison Street, Ladysmith, 3370

(036) 637 2992

The building which houses this world famous Museum was built in 1884. During the Siege it was used as a ration post for civilians, thereafter it served as a marketplace. The Museum in its present unique layout was comple...

Sihayo Homestead

Nqutu, , 3135

(034) 212 2121 Ext2262

During 1878, Sihayo's sons captured and returned to Zululand for execution, the two wives of Sihayo who had left their father in favour of lovers. Their actions were one cause, among many, of the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879. ...

Sintokha Guesthouse

13 Citrine Avenue, Sunny Ridge, Newcastle, 2940

Sintokha guesthouse is situated in a quiet, pleasant, green edged suburb of Newcastle called Sunnyridge. it’s a place where guests relax in comfort surroundings. Sintokha focuses on extending hospitality that is typica...

Site of Gen. Long's Guns

Ladysmith Town Hall, Ladysmith, 3370

Ten of twelve British guns brought forward during the battle of Colenso, were lost to the Boers who were under the leadership of General Louis Botha. Freddy, son of Lord Roberts, was mortally wounded here while trying to...

Skippers Fish and Chips

Shop 2, Albert & Phillips Road, Estcourt, 3310

(036) 352 2772

Fried and grilled fish and chips

Slater Coal Mine

66 Karellandman, Dundee, 3000

(034) 2181367

A coal mine owned by Iscor

Slievyre Game Farm

Slievyre Game Farm, Estcourt, 3310

073 240 7765

Slievyre is equally well suited to serve the needs of game hunters or visitors wishing to use it as a holiday base. The camp is set within 1 hectare of fenced, well maintained garden with large family swimming pool on th...

Soofie Mosque

41 Mosque Road, Ladysmith, , 3370

(036) 633 1753

Completed in 1969, this remarkable building is regarded as one of the most beautiful mosques in South Africa.

Spioenkop (Spionkop) Battlefield

R600, Ladysmith, 3370

(036) 488 1404

The most intense phase of the battle took place during 23-24 January 1900. This was the scene of the most futile, certainly the bloodiest, of the four battles fought in an effort to cross the Thukela and relieve Ladysmit...