the People of Limpopo

About 6 million people live on the Limpopo's 123 910km². The main languages of the people are Sepedi, Xitsonga, Tshivenda & Afrikaans.

The museums & monuments bear witness to the pioneers and ancient people of the area. There is a living museum in Polokwane, where Bapedi tribesman practise age-old skills to the delight of visitors. Mapnugubwe Hill (place of the Jackal), used to used as a natural fortress for people who lived there from AD950 to AD1200.

The province is not as urbanised as other South African provinces.

The people of Mphahlele

Here's a video made by  Peter Solnør during his time in the small village of Mphahlele.