drostdy

drostdy

(ˈdrɒsdeɪ)
n
the office and residence of a landdrost
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Two performances took place on Church Square in the city centre, while the others took place on the lawn behind the Drostdy Arch--an area which would become a prime street theatre location in ensuing years.
Apart from the performance area at the Drostdy Arch, the festival organisers also designated the open area next to Nombulelo Hall in Rhini Township--a few kilometres outside the centre of Grahamstown--as an additional performance area for the production.
Wanneer Mario vir Edit kyk en glimlag, kruisdoof sy gesig na sy ou gesig in die hede, waar hy by die visdam van die Drostdy sit en dink.
26: DAG: BUITE: DIE VISDAM IN DIE DROSTDY SE TUIN: HEDE: VOLKLEUR
Fourthly--when all these rituals had been completed--they were to attack the Swellendam Drostdy on 25 October 1788, destroy farms and kill all Christians, including children (Viljoen 1994:7).
1906 Formation of the first South African wine cooperatives, the first being the Drostdy in Tulbagh.
1906 - Formation of the first South African wine cooperatives, the first being the Drostdy in Tulbagh.