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Proclaimed Magisterial District Maps

As from 1 December 2014, the magisterial districts in the country will be changed to ensure that they align with municipal boundaries. This process will also ensure that more people have access to justice services at courts that are located closer to where they live. Follow this link to view the FAQ.

On-line maps and courts per region

Gauteng Magisterial Districts and Courts Map   Limpopo Magisterial Districts and Courts Map   Mpumalanga Magisterial Districts and Courts Map   North West Magisterial Districts and Courts Map   Northern Cape Magisterial Districts and Courts Map   Eastern Cape Magisterial Districts and Courts Map  KwaZulu-Natal Magisterial Districts and Courts Map  

 

Place name searches per region

Place name search: Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North West, Northern Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal

Request for Comments

  • Request for Comments: Intention to create magisterial districts and establish district courts in the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal as part of rationalisation of magisterial districts: Follow this link to view the boundary maps for Eastern Cape & KwaZulu-Natal
    Submissions closed on 15 May 2018
  • Request for Comments: Intention to create magisterial districts and establish district courts in Free State & Northern Cape as part of rationalisation of magisterial districts: Follow this link to view the boundary maps for Free State & Northern Cape
    Submissions closed on 5 May 2017
  • Request for Comments: Re-Description and allocation of the Sheriff’s Offices located within the Port Elizabeth Magisterial District
    Port Elizabeth Sheriff Service Area maps and point-to-point descriptions for Port Elizabeth North, Port Elizabeth South & Port Elizabeth West
    Submissions closed on 31 Jul 2016.

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Enquiries on this project can be directed to:
Mr Zacharia (Moagi) Makena
Deputy Director (Court Establishment)
Tel: 012 315 1767. Fax: 086 507 4984, E-mail: Rationalisation@justice.gov.za