Alberton History

Heading into the new century

Despite many changes, an abundance of development and the ever moving forward motion of the town, Alberton has maintained a sense of community — almost like family

More than just a pretty house

Annatjie established her hairdressing salon in 1995. What makes the location of her salon so unique is that it is one of the three remaining iron houses built in Alberton.

Looking back at the establishment of Eden Park

The farms in the Pompies Cross area was also home to many of our known Eden Park families like the Smith, Cook, Windvoël, Coetzee and Kraukamps in the early to late 1900s

Mnr Alberton se skoene moet nog gevul word

In ‘n kleurryke geskiedenis van ‘n dorp wat goeie vooruitgang geniet het, staan Johann van der Merwe en die werk wat hy hier gedoen het, soos ‘n paal bo water.

A changing Alberton landscape

The Hains family moved to Alberton in 1946, when Mr. Charles Hains was 15 years old. He has been a proud Alberton resident ever since.

A new shopping experience

The facility was built for tenants to be able to have the privilege of exposure

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