High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Volksrust is a town in
the Mpumalanga province of South Africa on the KwaZulu-Natal
provincial border. The town has important beef, dairy, maize,
sorghum, wool and sunflower seed industries. It was established
near to where the Battle of Majuba, wherein the Transvaal won its
independence back from the British, was fought. Dorothea de Jager,
daughter of Dirk Uys, one of that battle's victims, named the town
Volksrust (People's Rest), presumably because it was here that the
Transvaal soldiers had rested. During the Second Boer War the
British built a concentration camp in Volksrust, where many Boer
women and children died.
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