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  • 30

  • 8

  • 11,1%

  • 25%

  • 62,5%

  • 62,5%

Chelmsford is a dam and nature reserve that was named in honour of Lord Chelmsford (1827-1905), commander of British forces at the Cape and in the Zulu war of 1879. The dam is also known as Ntshongwayo Dam, after the Zulu commander from that war. (GPS coordinates: 28.0098 S, 29.8927 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 population30
Young (0-14)33,3%
Working Age (15-64)66,7%
Elderly (65+)0%
Dependency ratio50
Sex ratio233,3
Population density1 persons/km2
No schooling aged 20+11,1%
Higher education aged 20+11,1%
Matric aged 20+16,7%
Number of households8
Average household size3,8
Female headed households25%
Formal dwellings62,5%
Housing owned/paying off62,5%
Flush toilet connected to sewerage62,5%
Weekly refuse removal25%
Piped water inside dwelling25%
Electricity for lighting62,5%

Place names

Dannhauser Municipality