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Living in Thohoyandou, 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 Thohoyandou, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Thohoyandou 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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The city is in a rural province of South Africa. There are many natural sites to visit but no flights to my city. The city is more like a township, in that it is small and rural. We speak Tshivenda in my city but the province my city is located has 5 of the 11 official languages in South Africa.

Sibongile, says: 2020

My city is semi-urban, full of potential to grow. A city full of love and togetherness, everyone is family. Most kids play in the streets, getting dirty in the ox-blood soil rich in nutrients. The soil is very rich in nutrients, a lot of community members have their own gardens to grow vegetables.

Bokamoso, says: 2020

My city is very small and accommodating. The first thing you will notice is the variety of trees which surround everywhere. We have a famous traffic circle which is characterized by four sculptors of elephant heads, which represent the name of my city. My city is famous for having different types of fruits.

The weather conditions are very high (35 degrees and above). Also know how to greet and say goodbye in the local language (Tshivenda). People in this city love and value their culture. The soil in my city is very fertile and thus good for farming.

Ashlea, says: 2020

It’s a small town near the border of South Africa and Zimbabwe. There is about 4 different languages spoken. It is a very hot province 300 miles from the city. There are lots of farming going on around the area and coal mining where many people work there. The different between living here and the city is everyone own a home we don’t rent anything.

Joshua, says: 2020

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