naledi sun hotel and casino

Naledi Sun Hotel and Casino provides exceptional entertainment facility for adults. Naledi Sun is situated in the small, yet friendly town of Thaba Nchu just 65km from Bloemfontein, the capital of the Free State.

The focal point of the development is the Casino with 160 state-of-the-art slot machines. 30 luxurious hotel rooms are also available for those who want to extend their experience. 

Location Naledi Sun is situated just 65 km from Bloemfontein on the N8.

Windmill Casino and entertainment centre

The Windmill Casino and Entertainment Centre forms part of Sun International. That means you can expect nothing less than the highest level of service and enjoy superior entertainment. In everything we do we aim to exceed your expectations, allowing you to experience the thrill of the moment.

A wonderful welcome

The Windmill Casino and Entertainment Centre is an elegant experience for those who dare to flirt with chance and blow kisses at Lady Luck.  It’s a world of entertainment for the whole family in the most glamorous of surroundings, a place where fantasy becomes real. We dare you to give it a whirl.

otterskloof private game reserve

 Otterskloof Private Game Reserve is situated near the Free State town of Philippolis in South Africa and was named after the otters found in the ravines on the reserve. The owners, Abel and Karen Erasmus, are well-known conservationists and breeders of rare game species. Abel is a highly respected breeder with a proven track record of more than 20 years. As former owner of Wintershoek Safaris in the Northern Cape, Abel was instrumental in one of the biggest private game relocations when the land was expropriated and sold to the National Parks Board in 2006. The National Parks Board has since established the Mokhala National Park on the purchased land. Most of the game at Wintershoek Safaris were relocated to Otterskloof Private Game Reserve. To accommodate the game and continue with his breeding programmes, Abel acquired land in the Philippolis district and named the newly established reserve Otterskloof Private Game Reserve.

Phone 051 773 7017



Lesotho highlands water project

Lesotho Highlands Water Project

Senqu/Orange river rises in the mountain region of Lesotho, traversing in a generally western direction nearly 2000km to the Atlantic Ocean and being joined half way by the Vaal river coming in from the north-east. Although the mountain region of Lesotho constitutes only 5% of the the total catchment of the Senqu/Orange river, it provides about 50% of the total catchment run-off. The water originating in the mountains is characterised by good chemical quality and low sediment content. The topography of the region allows for the possibility of developing a hydro-power generation in Lesotho in conjunction with the provision of water supplies to the RSA. The Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) was identified more than 50 years ago as the least cost effective water resource exploitation to benefit both the peoples of the Kingdom of Lesotho (Lesotho) and  the Republic of South Africa (RSA).

Public Relations Office, 3rd Floor, Tower Buiding, Kingsway, Maseru

Lesotho, Southern Africa

Telephone: +266 2231 1280 / 2224 6000

Fax: +266 2231 0665



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