European prospectors, after learning about the large copper deposits in the area, established the town of Musina which was named after the M... Read More
European prospectors, after learning about the large copper deposits in the area, established the town of Musina which was named after the Musina tribe. Situated 18km from the Zimbabwean border and is the centre of a large mining area, consisting of: iron ore, coal, magnetite, graphite, asbestos, diamonds, semi-precious stone and copper, thus making Musina property prosperous. Musina, which used to be a small town where farmers could buy the stock they needed for their farming is now a bustling town bursting with energy. Musina is one of the prime areas for property in South Africa.
Boasting its new shopping mall, Great North Road Plaza, to fulfill all your shopping needs, you're most likely to bump into a friendly local. Th town has very warm and friendly atmosphere. All cultures live and worke together to make it a safe and pleasant town for everyone. Musina Property is also a very wise choice for those wanting to raise their children in a safe and protected environment with a bilingual High School as well as primary school and numerous after school activities. Musina has a Medical Centre, a Homeopathic centre, and a dentist.
With our sunny and warm summers and mild winters, it's an excellent opportunity to invest in Musina Property especially for a holiday home. For the golfing enthusiast, Musina has its own Golf Course. The Recreational Club provides for the more active persons with a fully equipped gym and action cricket field. The Limpopo River, the boundary with Zimbabwe, flows annually when wild live and plant species come alive. The Limpopo River also provides for those wanting to put their 4 x 4 skills to the test. With the highest number of foreign hunters in South Africa, Musina Property provides for the best hunting experience, and luxury accommodation. Musina Property has a vast variety of real estate. Farms for agricultural or entertainment purposes, smallholdings, houses, townhouses and guesthouses. Musina is currently a property hotspot. With the population and business opportunities booming, Musina Property cannot keep up with demand, it is an opportunity no investor can afford to miss.
The Venetia Diamond Mine is situated 80km from Musina. The mine is South Africa’s largest diamond producer and one of the town’s biggest sources of employment. With the mine planning to go underground within the next few years, the work opportunities have increased. Musina Municipality has their own spirulina project just out of town. Musina Spirulina is available in stores.
Tshipise Resort with its hot mineral pools, accommodation and various other activities is only 37km from Musina. Musina chiefs, 20km west of Musina used Dingola Execution Rocks, as the site of execution. Giant baobabs dot the landscape and the Resort’s self-catering rondavels and comfortable caravan park are barely visible among the Mopani, red bushwillow and jakkalsbessie trees. Not only did they execute offenders but they also offered young, virgin girls to their gods by throwing them of the rocks. Musina Property also provides for the avid wild life and bird watcher, Musina Nature reserve is not only a beautiful but has many game and bird species. It also features the world’s oldest datable rock, a piece of granite almost 4 000 million years old. The Kruger National Park threw the Punda Maria Gate, Nnwanedi Resort as well as various other holiday destinations, are less than an hour’s drive.
Musina normally receives about 246mm of rain per year, with most rainfall occuring mainly during mid summer. The chart below (lower left) shows the average rainfall values for Musina per month. It receives the lowest rainfall (0mm) in June and the highest (55mm) in January. The monthly distribution of average daily maximum temperatures (centre chart below) shows that the average midday temperatures for Musina range from 23.9°C in July to 32.1°C in January. The region is the coldest during July when the mercury drops to 7.6°C on average during the night. Musina also offers the golfers a beautiful golf course. For a relaxing afternoon most of the men would be found on this peace of land for the perfect game.
Musina’s Farming and Agriculture
With the richest soils and wildlife in Southern Africa Musina offers a large variety of crops, citrus produce and hunting farms. a Large amount of tourist comes to visit Musina yearly to get the African experience. The 2nd biggest river in Africa, the Limpopo runs on the border of Musina separating it from Zimbabwe. This small but powerful little town has more to offer than any other place in Africa. Read Less