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Park Next To Madiba Banqueting Hall Potchefstroom

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The Madiba Banquet Hall is situated on the corner of Nelson Mandela Drive and Govan Mbeki Drive. With its postmodern building style, the banqueting halls are unique in North West Province and add character to the city. Ideal for conferences and receptions.

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