Lubombo Region

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Lubombo Region

eLubonjeni
Map of Eswatini showing Lubombo district
Map of Eswatini showing Lubombo district
Coordinates: 26°25′S 31°45′E / 26.417°S 31.750°E / -26.417; 31.750
CountryEswatini
CapitalSiteki
Government
 • Regional AdministratorMr Esau Dube
 • Regional SecretaryMr Eric Maziya
Area
 • Total5,849.11 km2 (2,258.35 sq mi)
Population
 (2017 census)
 • Total212,531[1]
Time zoneUTC+2
HDI (2017)0.575[2]
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Lubombo is a region of Eswatini, located in the east of the country. It has an area of 5,849.11 km² and a population of 212,531 (2017). Its administrative center is Siteki. It borders all three other regions: Hhohho to the north, Manzini to the west, and Shiselweni to the south. It is divided into 11 tinkhundla.

Geography[edit]

Geographically, the region is dominated almost entirely by the Lubombo Mountains. The Lubombo District is the easternmost of the four regions of Eswatini. Its capital is Siteki.

Towns and Tinkhundla[edit]

The region is divided into the following 11 tinkhundla:

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://citypopulation.de/Swaziland.html
  2. ^ "Sub-national HDI - Area Database - Global Data Lab". hdi.globaldatalab.org. Retrieved 2018-09-13.

Coordinates: 26°25′S 31°45′E / 26.417°S 31.750°E / -26.417; 31.750