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WHY YOU NEED TO VISIT DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA, IN JULY

Durban July is not a month—it’s a race. A thoroughbred horse race. A very, very grand one—South Africa’s premiere race, held since 1897 on the first Saturday of July, at

KWAZULU-NATAL MEC KAUNDA DECRIES LOSS OF 14 PEOPLE’S LIVES IN LESS THAN A DAY

The Kwazulu-Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Mr. Mxolisi Kaunda, has expressed his shock at yet another road crashes that has claimed a five (5) lives in Durban

SIGHS OF RELIEF AS NEW RAMP OPENS AT MT EDGECOMBE INTERCHANGE

Pietermaritzburg, 6 March 2018. With clear relief on their faces, motorists from Phoenix and Mt Edgecombe smiled as they swung onto the new ramp at Mt Edgecombe Interchange for the

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FEARS GROW AS ‘ZOMBIE’ DRUG HITS DURBAN

A dangerous drug craze sweeping the streets of Australia and the US has made its way to Durban. Known as “flakka” or the “zombie drug”, it is a hallucinogenic drug

The world class city of Durban is more than ready for this year Manufacturing Indaba KwaZulu Natal

DURBAN – The third annual MANUFACTURING INDABA KwaZulu-Natal will bring together government and business on the 14th September 2017 at the Durban International Convention Centre to bolster the province’s manufacturing sectors, unlock the untapped potential

NIGERIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA DRUMMING UP SUPPORT FOR MRS NIGERIA QUEEN TO WIN THE MRS UNIVERSE WORLD PAGEANT CROWN

Faith Ogaga, the Nigeria representative in the on going Mrs Universe world pageant for married women holding in Durban is enjoying the support of Nigerians in South Africa as they

World Economic Forum Africa and the drive for ‘inclusive growth

DURBAN – The 27th edition of the World Economic Forum on Africa kicks-off in Durban today. President Jacob Zuma is leading the South African delegation. This year’s theme is “Achieving

Commonwealth Games: Durban, South Africa will not host Games in 2022

The 2022 Commonwealth Games will no longer be held in Durban, South Africa. David Grevemberg, chief executive of the Commonwealth Games Federation, said the city did not meet the criteria