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KaNgwane, meaning "the place of the Ngwane", was created 1977 with the name of AmaSwazi and its destination was to be transfered to Swaziland. This attempt failed after popular protest in 1982.
The homeland was recreated and renamed KaNgwane 1984 and was granted internal self-government in 1984.
KaNgwane comprised three small territories in eastern Transvaal (today's Mpumalanga).
It ceased to exist as a political entity on 27. April 1994 and has been incorporated into South Africa.
Its license plates are no longer in use.