Schools, Theatre Companies and Facilitators in Siyabuswa, Mpumalanga.
Siyabuswa is a town (also informally defined as a township) in the countryside of the South African province of Mpumalanga (a region formerly called Eastern Transvaal). During the apartheid era, Siyabuswa was the capital of the KwaNdebele Bantustan. It served as a capital from 1981 to 1986 when KwaMhlanga replaced it. Most of its inhabitants are members of the Ndebele ethnic group. The town is about 20 kilometers southwest of the Marble Hall airport. Currently Siyabuswa is home to several ethnic groups, namely the Ndebele people, the Pedi people and the Sotho people.
Estimated Population: 37000
District Municipality: Nkangala District Municipality
Local Municipality: Dr JS Moroka Local Municipality