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The nearby Howick Falls is a beautiful sight on the way to John Boyd Dunlop’s location.

Howick Falls is a waterfall in Howick, KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa. The waterfall is approximately 365 feet high and lies on the Umgeni River. The Zulu people called the falls KwaNogqaza, which means "Place of the Tall One".

Our next Pinterest clue looks like a bunch of random black poles with a beautiful, scenic backdrop of the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. However, if you get closer, it becomes the famous face of a former President of South Africa. Do you know the location? Click the photo to enter!

Our next Pinterest clue looks like a bunch of random black poles with a beautiful, scenic backdrop of the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. However, if you get closer, it becomes the famous face of a former President of South Africa. Do you know the location? Click the photo to enter!

Drumroll please! The winner of the last week of the #FindingBoyd competition is…   Kavitha Sukrin!  Congratulations on winning a Samsung Galaxy tablet!

Congratulations to Preetha Rajkumar for winning week 2 of

This signpost points the direction to John Boyd Dunlop’s current location in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. Click on the photo to enter and stand a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy tablet. #FindingBoyd

This signpost points the direction to John Boyd Dunlop’s current location in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands. Click on the photo to enter and stand a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy tablet. #FindingBoyd

#FindingBoyd

#FindingBoyd

Our next #FindingBoyd clue doesn’t look like much from a distance. In fact, it looks like 50 steel poles of different heights randomly arranged! Found in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, if you approach the sculpture, it starts to form a face! If you know the location, please click on the link in our profile to enter our competition to win a Samsung Galaxy Tablet. #SouthAfrica #Dunlop #Durban #CapeTown #Johannesburg #Competition #Win

Our next #FindingBoyd clue doesn’t look like much from a distance. In fact, it looks like 50 steel poles of different heights randomly arranged! Found in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, if you approach the sculpture, it starts to form a face! If you know the location, please click on the link in our profile to enter our competition to win a Samsung Galaxy Tablet. #SouthAfrica #Dunlop #Durban #CapeTown #Johannesburg #Competition #Win

The location where John Boyd Dunlop is visiting is marked by an impressive sculpture that was reinvented on the 50th anniversary of a historic event that occured at a roadblock here all those years ago.

The location where John Boyd Dunlop is visiting is marked by an impressive sculpture that was reinvented on the anniversary of a historic event that occured at a roadblock here all those years ago.