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North-West Province

North-West Province Province in nw South Africa; the capital is Mmabatho. North-West Province was created from the sw part of the former province of Transvaal and the ne part of former Cape Province. Area: 116,190sq km (44,489sq mi). Pop. (2000 est.) 3,604,472.

http://www.nwpg.org.za

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