Schools, Theatre Companies and Facilitators in Cacadu (formerly Lady Frere), Eastern Cape.
Cacadu (formerly Lady Frere) is a settlement in Chris Hani District Municipality in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. The town was renamed to Cacadu in 1976, after amendments of changing colonial names in South Africa. Cacadu, meaning “bulrush water”, is the Xhosa name for the White Kei River, which rises in the district. ("Cacadu" should not be confused with the Sarah Baartman District Municipality, which previously bore the name Cacadu.) The town was established 1879, and became a municipality in 1900. The town was named after the wife of Sir Henry Bartle Frere, governor of the Cape Colony from 1877 to 1880.
Estimated Population: 5000
District Municipality: Chris Hani District Municipality