South Africa Lodges in the District

A list of Freemason Lodges in South Africa North

Freemasons Lodges

Lodge NameAddressAreaSummaryRegion
Coalfields P.O. Box 11144 Selcourt Late in the 19th century a colliery centre was established on a farm called 'The Springs', hence the name of the developing township. The early residents included enough masons to start a lodge and although the petition went to Grand Lodge with a reservat Springs
Columbia 132 Columbine Ave Mondeor The majority of the founders were engineers, largely connected with the mining industry and at least four, including the Charter Master, were Americans, which no doubt influenced the District Grand Master in giving his support for the petition conditional Johannesburg
Concordia P.O. Box 24 Ermelo Ermelo Lodge No 2516, initially sponsored by Addington Lodge No 1937 of Durban, had only been existence for some three years before seven of its members petitioned successfully for a second Lodge, Concordia No 2685, to meet in Ermelo. The reasons for what Ermelo
Corinthian 19 Louise Avenue Sandhurst Ext 4 The 22 petitioners considered a number of names and may well have been influenced in their final choice by the fact that, following on Ionic (in 1907) and Doric (in 1952), Corinthian completed the 'famous trio' within the District. The Lodge crest depicts Pretoria
Cornwall P.O. Box 412 Witkoppen It is not surprising that Cornwall, with its mining background and its internationally famous School of Mines at Camborne, should have been the source of many emigrants to South Africa, seeking work, and fortune, first on the diamond and later on the gold Johannesburg
Corona P.O. Box 859 Fourways Pity the encapsulator, faced with some 80 000 words to be reduced to about 250! But fortunately Ivor Sander's excellent history of Corona has been much quoted, and a number of the Lodge's personalities have received their due, under one heading or another Johannesburg
Delville P.O. Box 8 Germiston The Germiston suburb of Delville carries strong memories of the First World War, with street names such as Somme, Vimy Ridge, Mons, Menin, Douai, Arras and Paschendaele. And the founders of Delville Lodge were especially mindful of the battle of Delville Germiston
Denver P.O. Box 166511 Brackendowns Consecrated on the 18 July 1906 the first venue proposed by the founders was a mine recreation hall, but this was unacceptable to District Grand Lodge. So the Consecration took place at Hans Street, Jeppestown and the founders purchased a piece of land in Kensington
Doornfontein P.O. Box 129 Parklands The lodge took its name from the first 'swagger suburb' of Johannesburg and its founders included brethren already prominent on the Transvaal masonic scene, including the Acting IPM, Solomon Hershfield, the Collector of Customs, who had helped to overcome Johannesburg
Doric P.O. Box 483 Pietersburg The Pietersburg area developed rapidly after the Second World War and the one English Constitution Lodge, Pietersburg United, readily agreed to sponsor a new lodge, Doric, which had 21 founders and rapidly grew in strength, with 26 candidates and joining Pietersburg