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The South African Heritage Resources Information System (SAHRIS) has undergone a generational upgrade and restructure. These changes to the site include, but are not limited to:

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ZIM02

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Zimbane 02

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Post date: 19/06/2015
Alternate Code & Name: QZ-C/G2
Site Comments:

The approximate 80 graves comprising the Site QZ-CG2 cemetery  are clustered within a rough 60x50m area. The cemetery has been subjected to conservation measures, providing for an approximate 90x80m area, but the fence has not been maintained. The site, situated to the east of the Zimbane River is located just over 180m from the proposed Qunu-Zimbane Power Line, to the immediate north-west, and 260m from Site QZ-C/G2. Graves at the site comprise of a variety of styles including both modern and traditional style graves, with traditional style graves lacking inscribed headstones making any estimation of age impossible. Extremely weathered traditional style graves with ephemeral stone demarcations may however be indicative of significant age. The majority of inscriptions on modern grave headstones indicate fairly contemporary age, dating from the rough 1970’s onwards.

 
 

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