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The rain queen, Queen Modjadji lives in complete seclusion deep in the forest where she practices the age-old secretive rituals to make rain. On the political front, the Rain Queen has always held a special place of respect amongst African leaders, including the great Zulu king, Shaka, who respected her and once sought her help with a bad drought in Zululand.

Charlotte Maxeke was the first African woman from South Africa to obtain a BSc and the first African woman to be made a probation officer. Dr Charlotte Maxeke, was also the first African woman in South Africa to hold the degree of Doctor of Arts and Humanities. Charlotte Maxeke achieved political prominence as a leader of women demonstrators against proposals to extend the pass system to women. During the 1930s Charlotte Maxeke played a leading role in the establishment of the National Council of African Women.

The first documented mention of an indigenous tribe in the Ficksburg district refers to Regent 'Manthatisi and her people, known as Batlokwa. This grand leader arrived in the district in the early 1800s. From 1821 to 1824, the "Difaqane" or War of Extinction saw 'Manthatisi carrying out raids as far as Kuruman with her 25 000 warriors and cattle "too many to count".

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