N10 road (South Africa)

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National route N10 shield

National route N10
The N10 in the Northern Cape
Route information
Maintained by SANRAL
Major junctions
Northwest end: B3 at the Namibian border at Nakop
  N14 in Upington
N12 at Britstown
N1 at Hanover
N9 near Middelburg
Southeast end: N2 near Coega
Major cities: Upington, De Aar, Cradock
Highway system

Numbered routes of South Africa

N9 N11

The N10 is a national route in South Africa which connects Port Elizabeth on the Eastern Cape coast with the Namibian border at Nakop, via Cradock, De Aar and Upington.[1]


The N10 begins at Nakop on the Namibian border; on the Namibian side the road is known as the B3. It runs east to Upington in the Northern Cape, where it crosses the Orange River, and then south-east through Prieska and De Aar. At Middelburg it enters the Eastern Cape, and continues south through Cradock to end at the N2 between Port Elizabeth and Grahamstown.


  1. ^ Falkner, John (May 2012). South African Numbered Route Description and Destination Analysis (Report). National Department of Transport. p. 24. Retrieved 12 August 2014. 

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Coordinates: 28°24′46″S 21°11′11″E / 28.412691°S 21.186361°E / -28.412691; 21.186361