What is the Zulu name for Pietermaritzburg?
Its Zulu name umGungundlovu is the name used for the district municipality. Pietermaritzburg is popularly called Maritzburg in Afrikaans, English and Zulu alike, and often informally abbreviated to PMB.
What is the code for Pietermaritzburg?
What is my postcode South Africa?
POSTAL CODES FOR SOUTH AFRICA
|0300–0499||North West—northern part|
|0500–0698||Limpopo—south and west|
|0699–0999||Limpopo—north and east|
What suburb is Pietermaritzburg?
Pietermaritzburg suburbs, KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa. Ashburton, Athlone, Bishopstowe, Clarendon, Ferncliff, Hayfields, Montrose, Pelham, Scottsville, Town Hill, Wembley, Woodlands.
How do I write postal code?
Postcodes should always be in BLOCK CAPITALS as the last line of an address. Do not underline the postcode or use any punctuation. Leave a clear space of one character between the two parts of the postcode and do not join the characters in any way.
How do I get a postal address?
A postal address may be applied for by individuals or developers by completing an application form (or sometimes by writing a letter or emailing the local authority) and may need to be accompanied by a drawing showing the extent of the premises, and relevant planning permissions. A fee is chargeable for applications.
How do I write my postal address?
How do you write a South African street address?
- Write the name of the recipient on the first line.
- Write the street address, including the street number or flat number.
- Write the suburb.
- Write the province.
- Write the postcode.
- If you are sending from abroad: Write South Africa.