Conference Venues Tzaneen
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Numerous hotels, lodges, guesthouses and function venues, offering accommodation and conference facilities are to be found in and around Tzaneen. Conference Venues Tzaneen will assist in navigating through this myriad of options.
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Conference Venues Tzaneen, a little more about Tzaneen…
Tzaneen is a large ‘tropical garden town’ situated in the Mopani District Municipality of the Limpopo province in South Africa. It is Limpopo’s second biggest town after Polokwane. It is situated in a lush, high rainfall fertile region with tropical and subtropical agriculture taking place in a 20,000 km2 region. Tzaneen produces about 40% of South Africa’s avocados, 40% of South Africa’s mangoes and 20% of South Africa’s bananas. Tzaneen also produces 90% of South Africa’s tomatoes through the ZZ2, and other, farms making South Africa the world’s 40th largest tomato producer. Even though South Africa is ranked 40th in terms of tomato production, the ZZ2 farms themselves are the world’s biggest producer of tomatoes. Tzaneen is also the biggest producer of pine plantations in the Limpopo Province, accounting for more than 85% of Limpopo’s pine and bluegum production. The majority of Tzaneen’s tropical indigenous forest have been destroyed during the last 100-years in order to give way to pine, bluegum and other agricultural plantantions.
About 650,000 people reside within a 30 km radius, with the town itself holding a population of around 30,000. Tzaneen is a proud home to the Tsonga people, Pedi people, Afrikaner people and a very small minority of English, Portuguese, Scottish, Irish, Jews and German. The Afrikaner people constitute more than 90% of the white population in Tzaneen. The distance from Tzaneen to Johannesburg is approximately 420 km, or 261 miles.