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Grahamstown, Eastern Cape Province
Street in Grahamstown
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 Grahamstown (Pop. 2003 census / 124,758) was founded in 1812. It was originally a military outpost under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel John Graham.  The town's development began 8 years later with the arrival of the "1820" British settlers. The town has always been English-speaking, making it unpopular with Afrikaners. It is home to Grahamstown University. Like many places in South Africa, the town's name is due to be changed in order to honor all of the country's citizens.