At the foot of the Dzundzwini Hill, at a beautiful spot under a sausage tree, is the site where JJ Coetser had his camp when he was appointed as ranger of the area in 1919.

In 1836, when the voortrekker Louis Trichardt passed by Dzudzwini, the area was densely settled under the control of chief Matibee. He named the hill Matibeetuijn, Dutch for Matibee's garden.

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Ranger JJ Coetzer's Quarters
S50 Dzundzwini Loop
Far North Region, Kruger National Park
LimpopoSouth Africa
22° 45′ 49.003″ S, 31° 11′ 11.864″ E

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