Masoyi was created as a ‘Homeland’ for the tribe of that name under South Africa’s apartheid regime. I cannot find the name used on a map, but the conurbation of 330,000 people divides into seven ‘village’ centres. It is largely devoid of industry or commerce, so most employment is elsewhere. The first shopping mall opened in 2014.
“Father, we ask that the local and central governments of South Africa actively seek to bring employment into the Masoyi community rather than in distant towns. Thank you for the provision of schools and health clinics. Thank you for all the centres of hope, especially those found among your people.”