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see PietermaritzburgPietermaritzburg
, city, part and seat of Msunduzi local municipality and capital of KwaZulu-Natal prov., E South Africa, in the foothills of the Drakensberg Range. The city is an administrative and industrial center.
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Maritzburg had a population of about 18,000 Europeans, consisting of English, Dutch, Scots, Germans, and 333,000 Zulu and 5,000 Indians.
8) William Cullen Library, Witwatersrand University, Johannesburg: ACS A Archives, Report on the Condition and Needs of the Diocese of Maritzburg, Natal, William Kenneth Macrorie, 1871, PAM BX 5700.
But the former Maritzburg College student is not daunted by the task ahead.
The man touted as Hampshire's most likely match-winner tried one big shot too many at his fellow Maritzburg College old boy, though, holing out at mid-off.
A tackle against Fiji last December left Joel, once of Rondebosch High and Maritzburg College, Transvaal and South Africa, in some pain.
It had been a high-level IFP decision to exclude its Vulindlela stronghold from the Maritzburg TLC in 1996 and the insistence on Ulundi as the new capital -- a direct financial threat to every Maritzburg resident-also came from the very top.
Nowwhere else was the picture quite as clear-cut as in Maritzburg but of the Transitional Local Councils (TLCs) the IFP won only 8 (the largest being Vryheid) while the ANC won 13, including Richmond, Ladysmith, Mooi River, Ixopo, Howick, Kokstad and Greytown.
Down South, defender Brian Mandela was an unused substitute in Maritzburg United's goalless draw against champions Bidvest Wits in a South African Premier Soccer League match played on Saturday.
The inking of a three-year sponsorship deal with the City of Pietermaritzburg has provided a huge financial boost to Maritzburg United.
Burnup, of Maritzburg, Natal", which was clear indication where to look for it.
Groenewald is a family friend of Kevin Pietersen, a fellow Maritzburg College old-boy who turned his back on his birth nation to play for England.