Sunday, August 1, 2010

Wesselsbron (E 10)

Name: Wesselsbron

Source: Wikipedia

Wesselsbron is a small maize farming town 75 kilometres south of Bothaville in Free State province of South Africa. It was named after the Boer Commandant Cornelius Wessels who led the 1899 Siege of Kimberley during the Second Boer War.[citation needed]

The most famous in town “TJ’s Paradise Guesthouse” is situated in 52 P.L Kotze Street; it’s also the most well known street in Wesselsbron. It started business in July 2006 and has been a huge success since then. The name of the Guesthouse got its origin from the owner Thys Badenhorst, “Thys jnr”.

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