South Africa Lodges in the District

A list of Freemason Lodges in South Africa North

Freemasons Lodges

Lodge NameAddressAreaSummaryRegion
Fraternity P.O. Box 2267 Parklands The formation of Fraternity Lodge flowed from a strong desire of W Bro Jerry Idelson, PDSGW, to supplement his mother lodge, Bohemian, which met in the afternoons, by an evening lodge equally committed to true fellowship, as between one brother and anothe Johannesburg
Friendship, The Lodge of P.O. Box 523 Port Louis When, in 1984, this lodge was brought into the Transvaal District it became, at one and the same time, the oldest and youngest of our lodges. nnPrior to 1814, Mauritius was under French rule and the first six lodges to work on the island all fell under th Mauritius
Gaborone P.O. Box 939 Gaborone Prior to 1977 there was only one English Constitution lodge in Botswana, Pikwe No 8715, which had recently been formed to meet in Selibe Pikwe. It fell under the jurisdiction of the District Grand Lodge of Zambia, but there were obvious problems of distan Botswana
Germiston P.O. Box 367 Germiston One of the twelve lodges constituting the District in 1895. Germiston, founded in 1887, expanded rapidly with the development of gold mining along the Reef and a group of local masons, with the support of some leading brethren from Johannesburg, met and a Germiston
Gladwys P.O. Box 57 Schweizer Reneke Soon after Consecration the brethren sought their own premises, for which purpose the lodge borrowed L150 from the National Bank in Wolmaranstad there being no bank in Schweizer Reneke. The building was completed and brought into use in 1908 and with some Schweizer Reneke
Gold Fields P.O. Box 2478 Johannesburg One of the twelve lodges constituting the District in 1895.nIn 1892 a number of former residents of Kimberley held meetings in Johannesburg to plan suitable celebrations for Kimberley's 21st birthday in the following year. They included a number of masons Johannesburg
Golden Harvest 111 Elphin Lodge P.O. Box 891030 Two brethren living at the Golden Harvest retirement village hit on the idea of having a 'morning' lodge, mainly for retired brethren. The idea found strong support, 18 brethren signed the petition and the lodge was consecrated at the Woodlands Masonic Ha Johannesburg
Golden Reef P.O. Box 11144 Selcourt This, was the last Lodge consecrated in the District before a four year interval during the Second World War. It was at first proposed that the Lodge be called the 'Duke of Connaught Lodge' but the final decision was in favour of 'Golden Reef'. Among the Nigel
Golden West P.O. Box 175 Carletonville The request for the lodge came mainly from the developing mining centre of Carletonville but it was to take over ten years for the Golden West Lodge to find a permanent home there. During those years it met in the King Edward masonic hall in Potchefstroom Carletonville
Harmony P.O. Box 1685 Vereeniging By 1947 Vereeniging had developed into a major centre of heavy industry and the sole English Lodge, Vereeniging Peace, recognised the need for a new lodge and duly sponsored Harmony. From Consecration the new lodge met at the masonic hall of its 'mother' Vereeniging