It's a lovely small little town surrounded with plenty villages, Burgersfort is located in the valley of the Spekboom River at the edge of the Bushveld Complex in the Fetakgomo Tubatse Local Municipality, near the border of the two provinces Limpopo and Mpumalanga.
The common belief is that back then many people would move from the town to go find greener pastures in Johannesburg. One gentleman today challenged this narrative after exposing the fancy lifestyle of people from Burgersfort.
In a post that recieved a lot of reactions the guy posted this.👇🏾
The guy suggests that the tables have now turned and there really no need for people to look for work in Johannesburg since there are so many opportunities for them in their own town.
The region is rich in platinum and platinum group metals. There are so many mines and a huge room for development. Those that have taken advantages of those loopholes can be noticed with their fancy lifestyles as suggested by the post.
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