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From Cape Peninsula University Of Technology (Mowbray Campus) 128 min
Bus - 102


Bus - D04


From Cape Peninsula University Of Technology (Cape Town Campus) 90 min
Bus - 102


Bus - D04



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What are the nearest stations to Mitchells Pl.?

  • The nearest stations to Mitchells Pl. are:
    • Town Centre is 402 meters away, 6 min walk
    • Mitchells Plain is 412 meters away, 6 min walk
    • Imperial is 808 meters away, 11 min walk
    • Pontiac is 950 meters away, 13 min walk

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Mitchells Pl.
Mitchells Pl. Mitchells Plain is a largely Coloured township about 32 km (20 mi) from the city of Cape Town. It is one of South Africa's largest townships. It is located on the Cape Flats on the False Bay coast between Muizenberg and Khayelitsha. Conceived of as a "model township" by the apartheid government, it was built during the 1970s to provide housing for Coloured victims of forced removal due to the implementation of the Group Areas Act. Though Mitchells Plain is no longer officially a "Coloured township," the overwhelming majority of its residents are still Coloured. The township was reportedly named after Mitchell Baker but this is unconfirmed, and is one of a number of possible explanations. At an estimated population of 290,000 - 305,000 people, it comprises a number of sub-sections which reflect the diverse class backgrounds of the population. Once a major stronghold of the United Democratic Front, the broad-based ANC-sponsored anti-apartheid body, it is now known more for gangsterism and methamphatemine addiction among the youth. It also has one of Cape Town's biggest shopping centres, the Liberty Promenade.
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