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What types of plugs are used in the Southern and Eastern African countries?

Botswana: Electric plug M 230V and 50Hz Kenya: Electric plug G 240V and 50Hz Malawi: Electrical plug G 230V and 50Hz Mauritius: Electrical plug C & G, 230V and 50Hz Mozambique: Electrical plug C,F,M, 220V and 50Hz Namibia: Electric plug M 220V and 50Hz Seychelles: Electrical plug G 240V and 50Hz South Africa: Electric plug M 220/230V and 50Hz, In some areas it’s plug C,G Tanzania: Electric plug D,G 230V and 50Hz Zambia: Electric plug C,D,G 230V and 50Hz Zimbabwe: Electrical plug D,G 220V and 50Hz

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