Harding, KwaZulu Natala

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Harding
Harding is located in KwaZulu Natala
Harding
Harding
 Harding laêditšê ka gare KwaZulu Natala
Coordinates: 30°40′44″S 30°09′43″E / 30.679°S 30.162°E / -30.679; 30.162
Naga Afrika Borwa
Porofense KwaZulu Natala
Mmasepala Setereke Ugu
Mmušôselegae uMuziwabantu
Hlômile 1874
Sekgôba[1]
 • Total 25.18 km2 (9.72 sq mi)
Setšhaba (2011)[1]
 • Total 9,544
 • Density 380/km2 (980/sq mi)
Dipersente tša merafe (2011)[1]
 • Bathobaso 87.3%
 • Bammala 8.5%
 • MaIndia 2.3%
 • Makgowa 1.1%
 • Šele 0.8%
Dipolelo tša ntlha (2011)[1]
 • Sezulu 49.1%
 • Sethosa 28.8%
 • Seisimane 14.6%
 • Afrikaans 2.8%
 • Šele 4.7%
Nomoro ya poso (Setarata) 4680
Nomoro ya poso (Lepokisi) 4680

Harding ke toropo wa Mmušôgaê wa uMuziwabantu go feta Mmasepala Setereke tša Ugu ka moka Afrika Borwa.

Harding was established as a military outpost following the British annexation of East Griqualand in 1874. Named after Sir Walter Harding (1812-1874) who in 1858 became the first Chief Justice in Natal.

Timber and dairy farming are the main economic activities. The abandoned 122 km narrow gauge Alfred County Railway used to serve the farming areas, linking Harding with Port Shepstone. Harding lies at the foot of the Ingeli Range, 34 km north-west of Izingolweni and 84 km north-west of Port Shepstone.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Main Place Harding". Census 2011.