A grand festival of rugby – for young and old, boys and girls – took place in Cradock at the end of March 2014 as part of the town’s bicentenary celebrations.
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If you’re coming to one of Cradock’s Karoo Food Festivals, remember two things: come hungry and prepared to kuier.
A Karoo government school shines in sports, academics and even drama.
Speelmanskop honey from Karoo bossies, produced just north of Cradock.
A guide to all the happenings in 2014, as Cradock celebrates its 200th birthday.
In 2013, Cradock held its very first Karoo Food Festival. It was a roaring success, and will be held again on 20 – 23 March 2014.
Inxuba Yethemba Mayor Nyameka Goniwe gave a stirring speech on the day Cradock turned 200.
To kick off Cradock’s Bicentenary, there was a joyous parade through town.
A tribute to the late Nelson Mandela by Cradock’s best-known poet, Clinton V. du Plessis.
Cradock offers some lovely self-cater accommodation in town and in surrounding parks. There are also camping and caravanning facilities.