List of National Key Points

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According to the South African National Key Points Act, 1980, the following is the list of all, sites of national strategic importance against sabotage,[note 1] or National Key points, as released on 16 January 2015.[1][2]

Eastern Cape[edit]

Free State[edit]

Northern Cape[edit]

Gauteng[edit]

North West[edit]

KwaZulu-Natal[edit]

Mpumalanga[edit]

Limpopo[edit]

Western Cape[edit]

Airport and Table Mountain as viewed from the runway upon take-off.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The originally released list is somewhat vague in details on some sites, and a best guess is used to identify the specified National Key Point. These are calculated by comparing to other sites on the list and evaluating the strategic value of the site: IE. SABC PE(Port Elizabeth): The Post Office Tower, used for Communications, Radio and T.V. transmissions is the best fit for this site. Whereas the SABC offices in Port Elizabeth would have less strategic importance, because a transmission tower would still be needed.
  2. ^ A telecommunications tower is also planned to be built on this site.[5]
  3. ^ The list specifically states Pump Station, however both locations are referenced as a pumps station. Signage outside Joubert street location states, "Operations", and Lomond street location states, "Depot". It can be assumed that both locations are included under this single entry.
  4. ^ a b c According to the National Key Points Act, 1980 only the Air-side and/or apron is covered by the act.
  5. ^ Address is listed simply as Church street, Pretoria west in all online references.
  6. ^ The CSIR location map and website does not detail in which building on the site that the Wind tunnels are in. The GPS location is best guess, but it could be in any of the buildings on the site.
  7. ^ In 2010 the SAPO National Control Centre was moved to a new building. A search of online records does not list a location or address for this computer centre.[33]
  8. ^ The water works is spread across 3 sites.
  9. ^ Exact location of this Pumping station is not certain. GPS cords locate what appears to be a water pumping station on the banks of the Vaaldam
  10. ^ This is the Expected Construction site of the tank farm as described. Once construction is underway, the location can be confirmed.
  11. ^ GPS location of buoy is approximate.
  12. ^ a b GPS location of off shore facility is approximate.

References[edit]

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  12. ^ "The Proposed Perseus-Gamma 2nd 765kV Transmission Powerline and Substations Upgrade, Northern Cape and Free State Provinces" (PDF). Mogope Consulting. Archived from the original (PDF) on 3 April 2015. Retrieved 29 March 2015.
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  49. ^ "Contact Us - Address". Limpopo Legislature. Archived from the original on 2 April 2015. Retrieved 31 March 2015.
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