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More than nine million people live in Kwazulu-Natal on 92 100km² of land. The mother-tongue of the majority of Eastern Capers is isiZulu (the mother-tongue of the majority of the rest is English & Afrikaans).
The culture of the province reflects a fascinating blend of Zulu, Indian, Afrikaans & British colonial traditions.
Reflecting its history as homeland of the Zulus, Kwazulu-Natal's constitution specifically provides for a monarchy.
Although there are several universities & technicons in the province, almost 23% of adults in Kwazulu-Natal have received no school (the workforce is relatively poorly skilled). Less than half the potential labour force is employed in the formal sector of the economy, resulting in a high level of migration to Gauteng.