This stronghold, known as Fort Merensky, was partly erected under the guidance of the missionaries, stationed here at Botshabelo. It is a unique example of Sotho architecture, but also a true Fort. This stronghold differs from mountain strongholds such as those erected by Bantu chiefs like Moshesh and Sekonyela. Chief Sekukuni, who wanted to oppress Christianity, was deterred to attack this stronghold. This stronghold fell into disrepair and the restoration of it started in 1960. The cache itself is a short walk from the Fort as there are normally quite a few visitors to the area. As this is quite a sensitive area, you need not rip apart stone walls. The cache is INSIDE a former dwelling in the far corner under a big flat rock.
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