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A conservative calculation based strictly on records shows over 16 300 slaves from the Indian subcontinent having been brought to the Cape.
In the decades 1690 to 1725 over 80% of the slaves were Indians.
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The sanctuary stretchers over 60 hectares of valley bushveld and is a haven to the widest selection of indigenous raptors in Africa.