Areas: Ladysmith - Colenso - Bergville - Weenen - Rosbom - Steadville - Driefontein - Peacetown - Watersmeet - Uitvaal - Pomeroy - Msinga - Mazabeko - Tugela Ferry - Keates Drift - Washbank - Ezakheni - St Chads - Acaciavale - Rose Park - Hospital Park - Mkhamba Gardens - Hauser Park - Egerton - Klipbank - Observation Hill
Population: 237 437 (2011)
Languages: Zulu – English – Afrikaans
Ladysmith is a town in the Uthukela District of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. It lies 230 kilometres (140 mi) north-west of Durban and 365 kilometres (227 mi) south of Johannesburg. Important industries in the area include food processing, textiles, and tyre production. Motor vehicle tyres are produced by "Sumitomo Rubber South Africa" in the nearby town of Steadville.
Ladysmith is the seat for both the Alfred Duma Local Municipality and Uthukela District Municipality.
In 1900, the unincorporated town of Oyster Harbour (established c. 1898) on the east coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, was renamed Ladysmith by James Dunsmuir, in honour of the British lifting the siege of Ladysmith in South Africa (28 February 1900) during the Second Boer War.(Wikipedia)
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