King William’s Town is a town in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa along the banks of the Buffalo River.
The town is about 60 kilometres North West of the Indian Ocean port of East London.
The town is part of Buffalo City in the Eastern Cape.
King, as the town is locally called, stands 389 m above the sea at the foot of the Amathole Mountains and in the midst of a densely populated agricultural district.
King William’s Town is the second most
populous city in Buffalo City, with a population near 100,000 inhabitants.
The town has one of the oldest post offices in the country developed by missionaries led by Brownlee.
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