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Municipality plans new look for Bluff Beaches!

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The Municipality is planning a new look for the Bluff beaches and will be hosting public meetings in the South Durban Basin this week to discuss a proposed plan to upgrade the Bluff beaches, ie. The Cuttings, Treasure Beach, Brighton Beach, and Ansteys Beach. The first meeting takes place tomorrow …

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Millions Invested in Umhlanga Beach Tourism

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Tens of millions of rands are being invested in Umhlanga below the ridge with a new tower development at Protea Hotel Umhlanga that will see the hotel double its capacity from 120 rooms to 240. Construction crews have already broken ground on the new 15-storey tower that should welcome its …

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A Music Treat for Durban!

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Durban’s vibrant weekend ahead,  combined with  the world renowned John Legend,  All of Me World Tour and the Legendary 7th Crown Gospel Music Awards is set to bring in over R24 million direct visitor spend  into the local economy of the City. The John Legend ticket sales were sold out …

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La Vue Floating Restaurant Gallery

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We were wowed by La Vue, Durban’s luxury floating restaurant, and the largest floating restaurant in South Africa – are you? Please Call Derek Matuku to book! 078 460 6195 Email: derek@la-vue.co.za Or 062 450 3170 / bookings@la-vue.co.za  

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Durban strengthens ties with Sister City Antwerp

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Stemming from the excellent Sister City relationship between Durban and Antwerp in Belgium, a delegation of about 30 high-level government officials and business leaders from Antwerp is currently in eThekwini to discuss various areas of cooperation including trade and economic development. The two-day trade mission to Durban by the Chamber …

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King Shaka Airport gets new luxury lounge

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Durban’s King Shaka International Airport has introduced its new executive airport lounges, the R5m Umphafa VIP lounge. Lounge operator, Menzies Aviation, which is also responsible for ground handling and safety at more than 16 airports in Africa, has upped the luxury stakes by creating the only lounge for high-end travellers …

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First KZN-Poland charter touches down

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Tourism KwaZulu-Natal (TKZN) has partnered with Rainbow Tours, a tour operator in Poland, to bring tourists on charter flights to KZN. Akilanga Destination Management Company and Events is providing ground handling. TKZN CEO, Ndabo Khoza, on Thursday welcomed 250 Polish tourists to King Shaka International Airport. Khoza told Tourism Update …

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Stadium big cash cow for Durban

By Nils Fischer

Durban’s Moses Mabhida stadium is making millions of rands a year, thanks to the support of local residents. The stadium’s deficit has fallen from R34-million in 2012 to R13-million as a result. Manager Vusi Mazibuko described the R3.1-billion facility as the only “commercially active” 2010 World Cup stadium, with several …

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