Synonyms for emalahleni or Related words with emalahleni

standerton              nylstroom              mafikeng              bushbuckridge              thabazimbi              lephalale              mbombela              potgietersrus              nkangala              matatiele              ehlanzeni              modimolle              groblersdal              mtubatuba              vryheid              polokwane              moretele              nongoma              ermelo              daveyton              vanderbijlpark              tzaneen              kokstad              bethal              postmasburg              soshanguve              mthatha              kwadukuza              lekwa              makhado              mahikeng              upington              uthukela              seshego              magaliesburg              atteridgeville              klerksdorp              umkhanyakude              sterkstroom              meyerton              sedibeng              mmabatho              ellisras              witbank              amajuba              zeerust              roodepoort              ixopo              vhembe              prieska             



Examples of "emalahleni"
Emalahleni Local Municipality is located in the Nkangala District Municipality of Mpumalanga province, South Africa. Emalahleni is a Nguni name meaning "place of coal".
Broadcasting from eMalahleni (Witbank) to all of Mpumalanga
Emalahleni Local Municipality is an administrative area in the Chris Hani District of the Eastern Cape in South Africa. Emalahleni is an isiXhosa name meaning "a place of coal".
Balmoral is a town in Emalahleni in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa.
Emalahleni Local Municipality is the name of two different local municipalities in South Africa:
Klarinet is a town in the Greater city of eMalahleni (previously known as Witbank). The town lies within the Nkangala District Municipality in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa. It is governed by the eMalahleni Local Municipality (eMalahleni is a Nguni name which means "a place of coal"). The place was renamed because of the coal mines that are found in the area. Klarinet is in the highveld of Mpumalanga.
KwaGuqa is a township west of the industrial town of eMalahleni in the South African province of Mpumalanga.
On 3 March 2006, Witbank was officially renamed eMalahleni, meaning "place of coal" matching the name of the municipality that contains it. A large number of signs to the town have already changed, but many still remain. Some landmarks bearing the name Witbank have remained, while others (such as the Witbank/eMalahleni dam) have been renamed.
MPowerFM is a commercial radio station serving Mpumalanga. Broadcasting from studios in Emalahleni and Nelspruit, MPowerFM went on air in December 2007.
On March 3rd 2006, Witbank was officially renamed eMalahleni, meaning 'place of coal', in reference to the area's coal-mining heritage.
Glen Grey Provincial Hospital is a Provincial government funded hospital for the Emalahleni Local Municipality area in Lady Frere, Eastern Cape in South Africa.
Indwe Hospital is a Provincial government funded hospital in Indwe in the Emalahleni Local Municipality, Eastern Cape area in South Africa.
eMalahleni (meaning "place of coal"), formerly called "Witbank", is a city situated on the Highveld of Mpumalanga, South Africa, within the eMalahleni Local Municipality. The name Witbank is Afrikaans for "White Ridge" and is named after a white sandstone outcrop where wagon transport drivers rested. The city is known for the coal-mining in the surrounding region. Home of the DTB (popular group of friends in the city).
It comprises up to six satellite campuses. These campuses include Pretoria, Soshanguve, Ga-Rankuwa, Witbank (eMalahleni), Nelspruit and Polokwane campuses. Two faculties, namely the Faculties of Science and The Arts, have dedicated campuses in the Pretoria city centre.
In July 2013, local residents demanded the removal of the town from the jurisdiction of Emalahleni Local Municipality, over what they consider an extremely poor record of service delivery.
Dordrecht Hospital is a Provincial government funded hospital in the Emalahleni Municipality, situated in Dordrecht, Eastern Cape in South Africa. Previously, it was a Provincially Aided Hospital (until December 2010).
RISE FM (originally named MPowerFM before it was bought out by the Times Media Group) is an independent commercial radio station broadcasting in English from studios in Nelspruit and eMalahleni to the province of Mpumalanga, and the Afrikaans local community radio station called "Radio Laeveld 100.5fm" broadcasts to the Lowveld area from Nelspruit.
The department has its head office in the Trevenna Office Campus in Sunnyside, a suburb of the national capital Pretoria. There are regional offices in Polokwane, eMalahleni, Johannesburg, Klerksdorp, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Mthatha, Cape Town, Kimberley, Springbok and Welkom. The department had 1 099 employees in 2012, and received a budget of R1 394 million for the 2013–14 financial year.
The municipality covers an area of in the Stormberg Mountains, approximately northwest of East London. It abuts on the Gariep Local Municipality to the north, the Maletswai Local Municipality to the northeast, the Emalahleni Local Municipality to the east, the Lukhanji Local Municipality to the southeast and the Tsolwana Local Municipality to the southwest.
Coal production and use creates in South Africa Coal combustion wastes (CCW), coal mine wastes (AMD) and toxic coal land fires. Coal combustion wastes (CCW), contain toxic substances like arsenic, cadmium, chromium and lead. Hundreds of South African old coal mines are filled with sulphate salts, heavy metals and carcinogenic substances like benzene and toluene. This AMD damages wildlife and spreads illness and disease. According to Greenpeace most shockingly is eMalahleni 'place of coal', Mpumalanga province, surrounded by 22 collieries and steel, vanadium and manganese plants. One of the biggest old mines is the Transvaal and Delagoa Bay (T&DB) mine, closed in 1953. 60 km downstream from Emalahleni AMD leaked into the water supply in 2006 and 2007 killing thousands of fish, crocodiles and freshwater turtles and poisoning the water used by communities. Coal fires continue in the disused mines.