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It looks to me like a Spotted Harlequin snake (Homoroselaps lacteus). It has various color variations in different areas of the country, and is found over large areas of the western cape and the eastern inland areas of the country. Small gape, not very aggressive, few known bites, but with unpleasant results.
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