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A part of the tour includes a visit to the old Montrose farmhouse, built in 1880, which is currently being developed as a Community Eco-Museum Centre. They will also be taken to the Wall of Reconciliation commemorating the 120 people who died during the violence (IFP-ANC fighting and ANC faction fighting. That was a combination of general apartheid violence aimed at toppling the Apartheid Government. These sites reinforce the spirit of reconciliation and heal the past through the reverence of memory.
International visitors as well as school/university groups are very excited about intermingling with local people and immersing themselves in the fascinating stories of apartheid, forced removals and violence and they are given an opportunity to marvel at how peace and reconciliation have been achieved against this backdrop.





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