The ten regions in the Eastern and South Western Cape differ quite considerably from other parts of the country. Benjamin Norden, a Jew who arrived with the 1820 Settlers played an important part in communal affairs of Durban, Grahamstown and Cape Town. The Mosenthals developed stores countrywide early in the history attracting others to the country. Franz Ginsberg is commemorated in a town named after him. Jews were part of the ostrich farming industry and also in the running of hotels countrywide. The beautiful scenery and mountains from the Overberg to Griqualand East retain the history of early wars between the indigenous people and the new settlers.