Keiskammahoek is worth exploring
I was stationed in Keiskammahoek in 1964 and 1965, a town that owes its origin to German settlers who were given farms in the area. Ballantines was one of the few wagon-makers still in operation. The owner harnessed the water of the Keiskamma River to generate electricity with a water wheel to drive the lathes.
At Debe Nek, about 20km east of Keiskammahoek, you’d see giant mounds of earth – these days they’re covered in grass. According to folklore, earthworms that agitated the soil made the mounds, and it is said that the warrior Sandile would ambush his enemies from behind these mounds. I also heard that students at the University of Potchefstroom discovered earthworms that were as long as the road is wide! A world record. You guys should investigate.