The Louw family bought a farm 50 years ago and named it PUMULANI, which means “be at peace” in Ndebele. The farmhouse that was erected at the time still stands on the property today. The land was eventually subdivided, and the current region is known as Pumulani.
Suzette Lerm is the current owner of the Pumulani venue. Pumulani has evolved into a ‘Place of Rest’ for all of the countless guests who pass through our gates.
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