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Ottoshoop

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Ottoshoop

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Ottoshop residents demand electricity

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OTTOSHOP (c'est de la merde)

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How to say "ottoshoop"! (High Quality Voices)

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TUSTWORTHY SPELLS CASTER+27`634`755`503`LOST LOVE SPELL IN OTTOSHOOP.LICHENBURG.BAKERVILLE.ZEERUST

Ottoshoop is one of the small towns in the Mahikeng Local Municipality in the North West Province of South Africa, situated 20km from the city of Mahikeng on the way to the town of Zeerust. Residents serve the scanty needs of a few locals, underwater divers and railway users. During the town's boom years from 1879 to 1880, Ottoshoop was, however, the commercial capital of South Africa. This spirit of the town still lives on in today's commercial capital of Africa – Johannesburg. Before the Europeans' arrival in mid-1800, the area was populated by the baRalong tribe, who built extensive walls to steer game into traps.
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