“When life gives you the scorching heat of the sun, be hopeful for the rain too” .
Mankweng is found in the Capricorn District and Polokwane Local Municipality, within the Limpopo Province. From the scorching sun to beautiful sunsets, Mankweng is undeniably home of the aspiring community champions who believe in the power of collaboration and preserving their rich culture. Whilst challenges such as employment and the lack of viable economic activities threaten to dislodge the potential of this Town, songs of hope echo the streets of Mankweng with the sanguinity that tomorrow will come bearing prospects for a better future. Mankweng developed in the 1960s when the University-College of the North was established by the Apartheid Regime in pursuit of its policy of racially segregated education. It was the hometown of the late ANC Youth League president, Peter Mokaba. The University of Limpopo (Turfloop) is a University in the Limpopo Province, South Africa. It was established on 1 January 2005, by the merger of the University of the North and the Medical University of South Africa (MEDUNSA).