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Cwebezela Senior Primary School



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Voting Station Name: Cwebezela Senior Primary School

Province:KwaZulu-Natal
Municipality:ETH - eThekwini [Durban Metro]
Voting district:43371503
Town / Tribal authority:Ethekwini
Suburb / Admin area:Umlazi
Street / Village:Umlazi

Cwebezela Senior Primary School

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Latitude -29.9665° S 29.9665° S 29° 57' 59.4" -29° 57.99'
Longitude 30.8636° E 30.8636° E 30° 51' 48.96" 30° 51.816'
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Umlazi L
Umlazi
KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
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