The university in Stellenbosch
|Small South African town in Western Cape Province that is a center for the South African deep state.|
Stellenbosch is a town in the Western Cape province of South Africa, situated about 50 kilometres (31 miles) east of Cape Town, along the banks of the Eerste River at the foot of the Stellenbosch Mountain.
At the time of the 2011 census, the population of the urban area of Stellenbosch was 77,476. A total of 50% of the residents spoke Afrikaans as their home language, 28% spoke isiXhosa, and 8% spoke English. (10% of the residents, principally those in student residences, were not asked their language.) 37% of the population identified themselves as "Black African", 35% as "Coloured", and 26% as "White".
Deep state importance
The Stellenbosch University was a key institution in the deep state Broederbond, which captured the state during the Apartheid era. The 1984 meeting of the important intelligence network Le Cerle was held in Stellenbosch.
The billionaire network nicknamed the Stellenbosch Mafia had its core in people and companies headquartered there.
|Le Cercle/1984 (Capetown)||4 day meeting of Le Cercle in Capetown exposed after Joel Van der Reijden discovered the attendee list for this conference and published it online in 2011|
Groups Headquartered Here
|Stellenbosch University||1918||A key institution in the deep state Broederbond during the Apartheid era.|