Chief Wetsi’s Cave is near the western border of the Royal Natal National Park.  The cave, situated in the Monontsha village, is of great historical significance to the Witsieshoek area.

The historical and cultural significance of Witsie’s Cave in Qwaqwa lies therein that Witsie’s people, the Makholokoe, first settled at the foot of the mountain now known as Fika Patso before moving to settle at Mohlomong.The Witsie’s Cave has a strong attachment to the Makholokoe, as it marks their existence in the Qwaqwa area.

 The cave has also been referred to as a “fortress” or “stronghold” of the Makholokoe forefathers. It has been described as a site to which oral tradition is attached because of the events that took place there.

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