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Mpaka is a town in eastern central Eswatini in western Lubombo District. It lies about 22 kilometres (14 mi) northwest of Siteki on the MR3 highway.


Mpaka has one of the main railway stations in the country, serving as a connection between the Goba railway (Siphofaneni-Mpaka-Mlawula) and the Komatipoort railway (Mpaka-Mananga).

Coordinates: 26°24′43″S 31°46′48″E / 26.412°S 31.780°E / -26.412; 31.780

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