Natal, South Africa
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Natal is a region in South Africa. It stretches between the Indian Ocean in the south and east, the Drakensberg in the west, and the Lebombo Mountains in the north. The main cities are Pietermaritzburg and Durban. Today, it is administered as the Province of KwaZulu-Natal.
- 1839–1843: Natalia Republic, a Boer republic;
- 1843–1910: Colony of Natal, a British colony;
- 1910–1994: Natal Province, a province of South Africa;
- 1981–1994: KwaZulu, a bantustan in South Africa.
Since 1994, the present-day Province of KwaZulu-Natal exists.
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