Details of the Sovereign Chapters and Councils of the A&ASR in South Africa


The Supreme Council for Thirty-Third and Last Degree of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite for Scotland and the Dominions and Dependencies of the British Crown and other Parts of the World oversees the twenty nine Degrees of the Scottish Rite.

The Province of The Cape of Good Hope (Eastern)

The Province of The Cape of Good Hope (Eastern) consists of four Sovereign Chapters and one Sovereign Council


Sovereign Chapters

Loch Lomond No. 126 - Formed on 27 April 1961

Meets in Masonic Temple, Leylands Road, Port Elizabeth on the first Saturday in February, August, second Saturday in October, fifth Saturday in April/May/June.

The Installation takes place during the February meeting.

Ben Nevis No. 166 - Formed on 20 June 1974

Meets at Bon Accord Temple, Leylands Road, Port Elizabeth on third Wednesday in January, April, July and November.

The Installation takes place during the November meeting.

Port Rex No. 178 - Formed on 28 March 1979

Meets in Masonic Temple, 61 Croydon Road, Cambridge, East London on third Wednesday in March, June, September and first Saturday in December.

The Installation takes place during the December meeting.

Frontier No. 195 - Formed on 27 March 1985

Meets in the Masonic Temple, Porter Street, Queenstown in February, May, August and third Saturday in November.

The Installation takes place during the November meeting.

Sovereign Councils

Eastern Province No. 49 - Formed on 18 June 1980

Meets in Masonic Temple, Leylands Road, Port Elizabeth, on the first Saturday February, August, second Saturday October. fifth Saturday April/May/June.

The Installation takes place during the February meeting.

About South Africa

South Africa, officially the Republic of South Africa, is a country located at the southern tip of Africa. It is divided into nine provinces, with 2,798 kilometres (1,739 mi) of coastline on the Atlantic and Indian oceans.

South Africa is multi-ethnic and has diverse cultures and languages. Eleven official languages are recognised in the constitution.

 All ethnic and language groups have political representation in the country's constitutional democracy comprising a parliamentary republic; unlike most parliamentary republics, the positions of head of state and head of government are merged in a parliament-dependent President.

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