Rustenburg is a town located in the Bojanala region of the North West Province in South Africa. In the 1800s the Voortrekkers claimed this, the Magaliesberg area, as their homeland. The area soon thrived with crops and livestock and rapidly grew into a peaceful community. Today this town is part of a large agricultural industry which produces beef, citrus, wheat and sunflowers. The Rustenburg area is also a well-known mining area because of its proximity to the Bushveld Igneous Complex.
The peaceful town of Rustenburg offers a wonderful spectrum of tourist accommodation. From bed and breakfasts and lodges to hotels and guest houses, there is an option for everyone.
Rustenburg offers a variety of activities and attractions that are inspired by the outdoor life as well as history. Our article section gives readers insight into the town, including some historical information. The Kgaswane Mountain Reserve is a 5 200ha reserve that is a definite must-see for all visitors in the area. There are many species of birds and antelope in the reserve for tourists to see.
The business sector of Rustenburg is thriving thanks to its agriculture, mining and tourism activities. There are many shops, souvenirs and products to choose from in the area. Please go to our businesses in Rustenburg directory for more information on all the businesses you can find in the region, or add your own free listing.
See the events section for local upcoming events which includes the Rainhill Farmers Market.