Tshatshingo pothole is also one of the several sacred sites of the Venda people. The pothole occurs in a geologically deep gorge along the Tshirovha River, is a gigantic whirlpool approximately 15m in diameters. There are three other giant sinkholes in the same location. It is located in Makwarani village. It is believed that this pothole was being used for ritual purposes and also as a dumping place for people who were against the chief of the village. Further, it is also said that local witches were drowned here. All the bodies which fell inside the pothole are never retrieved.
Nandoni Dam, previously known as the Mutoti Dam, is an earth-fill/concrete type dam in Limpopo province, South Africa. It is located on the Luvuvhu River near the villages of ha-Mutoti and ha-Budeli and ha-Mphego just a few kilometres from Thohoyandou in the district of Vhembe. It is at Nandoni Dam where the Phalaphala FM Royal Heritage Festival which is an annual event that attracts thousands of revellers.