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Voting Station Name: Tshala Secondary School

Municipality:LIM344 - Makhado [Louis Trichardt]
Voting district:76370104
Town / Tribal authority:Nzhelele
Suburb / Admin area:Mamuhohi
Street / Village:Mamuhohi

Tshala Secondary School

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Latitude -22.8704° S 22.8704° S 22° 52' 13.44" -22° 52.224'
Longitude 30.1168° E 30.1168° E 30° 7' 0.48" 30° 7.008'
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