The sacred site of the Griqua nation
The outlay at the monument
The Clergy who blessed the monument


The Monument of Captain Adam Kok IV

This is the proud of the nation, the Griqua Royal House administration focus not only on the advocacy of the rights of indigenous peoples and recognition of the Khoi and San peoples, but also exploit the culture and tradition of the griqua nation.

The reign of Dirk Kok grandson of Cornelius Kok

He was a humble leader

Griqua women

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NICO ADAMS | Reply 01.02.2017 16.10

we must build monumets all over the places,we are living in,like our ancestors,who draw pictures all-over south africa

snyders chf Tshwane Pta | Reply 30.10.2014 09.15

Gud day Hi Comm

Thx for all the efforts as this history and implememntations withouth assistance from Government we as the Griqua Nation must take our childre

Peter Petersen | Reply 20.10.2014 01.07

This is history in making. Honoured to be part of it. Long live the Spirit of Adam Kok IV and the Kok dinesty.

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17.05 | 03:46

I am researching my Great Great Grandfather Missionary Christoph Andreas Sass who married an Orlam Kaaitjie Engelbrecht in Silver Fountain 1817. Any help please

17.05 | 03:33

I am doing research of my Great Great Grandfather Christoph Andreas Sass who was a missionary in Namaqualand from 1811 and moved to Captain Cornelius Kok's Kraa

15.05 | 14:16

Thanks Joe

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