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Description
Voting Station Name: Xasana School

Province:KwaZulu-Natal
Municipality:KZN266 - Ulundi [Ulundi]
Voting district:43500372
Town / Tribal authority:
Suburb / Admin area:Mahlabathini
Street / Village:Mahlabathini

Xasana School

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GPS Coordinates Decimal Decimal Deg Min & Sec Deg & Decimal Min
Latitude -28.1536° S 28.1536° S 28° 9' 12.96" -28° 9.216'
Longitude 31.5830° E 31.5830° E 31° 34' 58.8" 31° 34.98'
Address
KwaNkulu
KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
Phone No.
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Fax No.
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