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Jammin in Rustlers

Apr/2014 by Jammin' n Ting Music & Arts Festival

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By Lineo Segoete

Naledi Village is an intimate little core in Eastern Freestate South Africa that comprises of rural people living in self-built wattle and daub houses; it is tucked away in Rustlers Valley which was popular in the 1990’s as a newage hotspot. Music festivals, workshops and courses tailored in Education, Catering, Gardening, Cleaning, Labourer and Building gave the people of Naledi village constant exposure to a stream of visitors coming in from all over the World.

This hidden valley has an immense array of caves, paths to walk, mountains, nooks and crannies as well as abundant wildlife.

Photo by Jammin N Ting Photo by Jammin N Ting

The arrival of Roel Engels, a cement relief sculptor saw developments in the small community with the erection of four rondavels, a gate-way and a triple storey building called Avalon as well as a bar/restaurant area that was previously a shed. Using local relatively unskilled labour…

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