|Classification|||||A.03.1. Landscapes, Lakes|
|Instangible Aspects|||||Believed to be the pond of god activities|
|Previous Use|||||Fishing Pond|
|Refences|||||Government Gazette 4787, No. 155, 2011|
|Legal Status|||||National Heritage Act, No 27 of 2004, proclaimed 01 September 2011|
Onelungo ponds consist of a large open space where water collects during the rainy season. As a result fish breed in the pond. There also a number of fruit trees in the vicinity.
The site is linked to important Mbalantu oral traditions. Before the people could catch fish, only one could be caught, taken to the King's residence, roasted and thrown back in. After this ritual the fishing season could start.