Kalbaskraal

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Kalbaskraal
Kalbaskraal is located in Western Cape
Kalbaskraal
Kalbaskraal
Kalbaskraal is located in South Africa
Kalbaskraal
Kalbaskraal
Kalbaskraal is located in Africa
Kalbaskraal
Kalbaskraal
 Kalbaskraal shown within Western Cape
Coordinates: 33°34′S 18°39′E / 33.567°S 18.650°E / -33.567; 18.650Coordinates: 33°34′S 18°39′E / 33.567°S 18.650°E / -33.567; 18.650
Country South Africa
Province Western Cape
District West Coast
Municipality Swartland
Government
 • Councillor Elias Lewis
Area[1]
 • Total 1.38 km2 (0.53 sq mi)
Population (2011)[1]
 • Total 2,411
 • Density 1,700/km2 (4,500/sq mi)
Racial makeup (2011)[1]
 • Black African 23.4%
 • Coloured 65.4%
 • Indian/Asian 0.2%
 • White 9.5%
 • Other 1.4%
First languages (2011)[1]
 • Afrikaans 75.6%
 • Xhosa 12.7%
 • English 7.8%
 • Sotho 1.7%
 • Other 2.1%
Postal code (street) 7302
PO box 7302

Kalbaskraal is a settlement in the Swartland Local Municipality in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It was established during 1898 when a railway crossing was erected between Malmesbury and Cape Town on the farm Spes Bona. Kalbaskraal is a small village with an unstructured, rural appearance and a population of about 2000 people.[2]

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