Pella is a small human settlement in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. Earlier known as Cammas Fonteyn, the spring was used by a nearby stronghold of San people. In 1776 a South African Dutch farmer called Coenraad Feijt settled there and lived in harmony with the San despite their fondness for raiding the cattle of the Dutch farmers. In modern day South Africa, the people who live there are in the main decedents of Nama and Herero people found mainly in Namibia.
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