Schools, Theatre Companies and Facilitators in Fort Beaufort (AKA iBhofolo), Eastern Cape.
Fort Beaufort (Xhosa: iBhofolo) is a town in the Amatole District of South Africa's Eastern Cape Province, and had a population of 25,668 in 2011. The town was established in 1837 and became a municipality in 1883. The town lies at the confluence of the Kat River and Brak River between the Keiskamma and Great Fish Rivers. Fort Beaufort serves as a mini-'dormitory' for academic staff and students of Fort Hare University, based in the nearby town of Alice, and is also close to Sulphur Springs.
Estimated Population: 26000
District Municipality: Amathole District Municipality
Local Municipality: Raymond Mhlaba Local Municipality