Mafadi (Afrikaans: Mafadipiek) is a peak on the border of South Africa and Lesotho. At a height of 3,450 metres (11,320 ft), it is the highest mountain in South Africa, but is lower than Thabana Ntlenyana, the highest peak in Lesotho which is, at 3,482 metres (11,424 ft), the highest point in Southern Africa. Mafadi lies at S 29 12 08.4 E 29 21 25.5 in the WGS84 format.
By elevation Mafadi is
# 3 out of 4813 in the Drakensberg # 1 out of 185 in uKhahlamba / Drakensberg Park # 3 out of 336 in Lesotho # 1 out of 2013 in KwaZulu-Natal # 1 out of 401 in Uthukela District Municipality
By prominence Mafadi is
# 47 out of 185 in uKhahlamba / Drakensberg Park # 86 out of 401 in Uthukela District Municipality
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