Eksteenfontein

Eksteenfontein is a town in Namakwa District Municipality in the Northern Cape province of South Africa, on the edge of the Richtersveld World Heritage Site.[2]

The locals are mostly of Baster ancestry, people of mixed blood who were forcibly removed from the white farming area near Pofadder in 1945.[2] The town was originally known as Stinkfontein (stinking spring), but was later renamed in honour of a Reverend Eksteen, the pastor who had helped the Baster in finding a new place to live
Eksteenfontein | Tel: (071) 434 035 | Fax: (086) 527 2556 | 

E-mail: eksteenfontein@richtersveld.gov.za

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