Western Cape
or Wes-Kaap geographical name province SW Republic of South Africa area 49,950 square miles (129,370 square kilometers), population 3,635,000

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  • Western Cape — Wes Kaap (Afrikaans) Ntshona Koloni (Xhosa)   Province of South Africa   The P …   Wikipedia

  • Western Cape — province of SW South Africa: 49,950 sq mi (129,370 sq km); pop. 3,633,000; cap. Cape Town * * * ▪ province, South Africa  province, South Africa, situated in the southern extremity of the African continent. The provincial capital, Cape Town, is… …   Universalium

  • Western Cape — Wes Kaap Westkap Wappen Basisdaten Hauptstadt: Kapstadt (Cape Town, Kaapstad) Fläche: Rang …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Western Cape — province of SW South Africa: 49,950 sq mi (129,370 sq km); pop. 3,633,000; cap. Cape Town …   English World dictionary

  • Western Cape —   [ westən keɪp, englisch], Provinz der Republik Südafrika, West Kap …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Western Cape — Cap Occidental Wes Kaap Western Cape Ntshona Koloni (Cap Occidental) Localisation de la province du Cap Occidental (en vert clair) à l intérieur de l Afrique du Sud …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Western Cape — Admin ASC 1 Code Orig. name Western Cape Country and Admin Code ZA.11 ZA …   World countries Adminstrative division ASC I-II

  • Western Cape — /wɛstən ˈkeɪp/ (say westuhn kayp) noun a province in the Republic of South Africa in the south western part, created in 1994 by the division of the former Cape province. 129 386 km2. Capital: Cape Town …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Western Cape Education Department — Department overview Formed 1994 Preceding agencies Cape Department of Education House of Representatives Department of Education and Culture Department of Education and Training House of Delegates Department of Education and Culture Jurisdiction… …   Wikipedia

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