Talk:Cradock, Eastern Cape

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Mountain zebra[edit]

I changed the reference to mountain zebra. Which was nearly extinct, but after the National park for the Mountain Zebra has been formed he numbers started to increase again. 20:47, 11 September 2007 (UTC)

Comment from other user in article space[edit]

Transported here where it appears to belong: "Hi, this is the first time I try to edit something. I wish to make a correction to a statement in the introduction, but by clicking on edit it takes me to the artcle: what needs to be corrected is the statement that the "tuishuise" were houses for craftsmen: these houses belonged to the farmers from the district and they used them when they came to town by oxwagon, mostly for the quarterly communion service in the Dutch Reform Church. Originally they camped next to the oxwagons, but as some became more prosperous, they built these "tuishuise". The question: Where do you stay? in Afrikaans is: Waar gaan jy tuis?, hence the "tuishuise" for those who did not camp." -- Khazar (talk) 17:03, 6 January 2012 (UTC)