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Fort Cox

Quick Fact
  • 43

  • 33

  • 50%

  • 66,7%

  • 100%

  • 93,9%

Fort Cox was named after a fort built there in 1835, which in turn was named after Major William Cox of the 75th Regiment. (GPS coordinates: 32.7721 S, 27.0348 E).

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  • Raper PE. 2004. New dictionary of South African Place Names. Jonathan Ball Publishers.

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Key Statistics 2011

Total population43
Young (0-14)11,6%
Working Age (15-64)88,4%
Elderly (65+)0%
Dependency ratio13,2
Sex ratio258,3
Population density27 persons/km2
No schooling aged 20+0%
Higher education aged 20+50%
Matric aged 20+31,6%
Number of households33
Average household size1,2
Female headed households12,1%
Formal dwellings100%
Housing owned/paying off9,1%
Flush toilet connected to sewerage93,9%
Weekly refuse removal78,8%
Piped water inside dwelling66,7%
Electricity for lighting100%

Place names

Amahlathi Municipality