The University of Limpopo (dating to 1959) has a campus at Turfloop, 14 miles (22.5 km) east of Polokwane.
Only by visiting will you be able to appreciate why these caves, some of the oldest limestone caves in the world, are today a national monument and a tourist attraction.
You will also visit the beautiful Crystal Palace and Madonna Room and find out how the caves came by their name as there is a large stalactite that, when struck, makes a sound that resonates even beyond the cave walls.
The caves have further historical significance in that prehistoric items and artefacts dating back to the Stone Age that have been found here.
Schoenefeldia transiens (Pilger) Chiovenda (Chiovenda 196; Pilger 1914: 418) is known from Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and South Africa (Clayton et al. It is the only representative of the genus found in southern Africa, where it was previously only known from a few collections in the southern part of the Kruger National Park (Mpumalanga Province, South Africa), dating from the early 1980s (see details under ‘Additional specimens examined’ below). J., 1994, The grass genera of the world, revised edn., CAB International, Wallingford.
Limpopo Province is situated in Limpopo Province, South-Africa.