Living in Komani, South Africa:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Komani, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked seven people living in Komani what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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If you’d like to move to Queenstown, I think you should think about the type of area you’d like to live in, the amount of time you want to drive to work, where you want your children to go to school and whether you’d like to stay close to town.

Yandiswa, says: 2020

My city is actually a small town in the Eastern Cape. We do not have a big mall, nor do we have a cinema (or movie theater). We do however have a lot of bread and breakfasts and Airbnbs, so there’s ample space for those passing through to big cities. We also have amazing restaurants where people can enjoy breakfast through to lunch if they’d prefer to not cook.

Khanya, says: 2020

Rich history and vibrant people and overall very friendly. The town has has a variety of people coming from all walks of life. There are many activities that one can do to occupy their time. I guarantee they will have a good time connecting with the people city and wildlife.

Debbie, says: 2020

Although Queenstown is a small city, it has plenty of beautiful places to visit e.g Queens Casino, Berry Dam, animal farm and our beautiful malls. We have a small location called Ezibeleni which has a beautiful park for children and a cool, vibey place for drinks and food. People from other small locations visit this place and it’s called Stimela’s Braai and Butcher.

Nqobile, says: 2020

It is a very small town, therefore, people within the area are not open minded. They should also be aware that because it is small, people are most likely to know everybody’s business. On the upside, the town is very peaceful and the crime rate is not high.

Lebogang, says: 2020

One can expect diversity. There is a lot of culture and people who believe and thus practise certain traditions. Also, it is quite a small but lovely city. There isn’t a lot of activities to do but one can get get through the day as long as they have company.

Janine, says: 2020

Queenstown is a very quiet and peaceful place. The population in the city is very low. There are no jobs as such but people survive by doing small businesses. People are friendly, welcoming and full of warmth. Crime can be very high especially in town, so one really needs to be careful at all times.

Christina, says: 2020

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